This season, you're trying to be a little more conscious of how you spend your money on wearables — and also of how much you consume. While pairing back would be a wise decision, it's not a crime if you want to keep shopping. A good compromise? Shop for vintage. Buying it in person is cool, but you really can't beat the ease and sheer selection you have when browsing online. There are plenty of sites out there offering to quench your second hand clothing thirst, but do you know the best sites to connect to? See below for our breakdown — you'll be appeased whether you're looking for museum-quality Hermes or wear-everyday Gap.
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Alison Baitz is a freelance fashion and culture writer. When she's not busy chatting about online shopping or rooting out cool new designers, she's interviewing up-and-coming musicians or sampling food for articles and calling it research. She's proud to be a part of the DC-based food zine The Runcible Spoon. Yes, she is on Twitter: @itsmealison.