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Introducing Violet’s Vintage

Today is the last day of my small business week and before I get into introducing Violet’s Vintage, I just want to say a massive thank you. Your support this week, as always, has been incredible. I’ve really enjoyed featuring a different small business everyday and I can see by the comments, you’ve enjoyed it too.

We are always told to chase our dreams and reach for the stars. When someone starts a small business, that is what they are doing. If I can help somebody achieve their dreams, then I’ve done something right.

person in white button up shirt holding black leather belt for introducing Violet's Vintage post
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I mentioned at the start of this week that supporting small businesses doesn’t have to cost a penny. I know that this pandemic has changed a lot of household incomes and in many cases, caused a lot of stress too. Commenting and sharing a small businesses social media content, recommending to friends and family or even just talking to the owner and saying you love their products. These are all free ways you can help support small businesses.

For the final day of this week-long series, I’d like to introduce you to Violet’s Vintage. Set up during the pandemic, I have watched the business grow over the last year. They are now celebrating their one year anniversary which is great. Named after her granny Vi, Rebecca set up her business from her own bedroom.

The aim of Violet’s Vintage is to source great quality vintage, preloved and thrifted clothing. They are on a mission to promote second-hand fashion. Not only does Rebecca source the garments herself, she also fixes them if they need it. With a bit of sowing done, its them time to steam them, photograph them and upload them to the Violet’s Vintage website.

Categories you don’t want to miss

With each item sold on the Violet’s Vintage website a one off, I don’t want to disappoint you with something that might be later sold out. The photos below are of items currently on sale as I right this, but I will link the categories instead of the products to avoid disappointment.

  1. Vintage Tops & Blouses
  2. Dresses
  3. Accessories

Violet’s Vintage is such a lovely business, I hope you will agree. They are trying to give beautiful garments and accessories a new lease of life, whilst at the same time, stopping them going to landfill. Violet’s Vintage is constantly uploading more items so its definitely a website I’d recommend you keep checking back on.

To celebrate Violet’s Vintage first birthday, use the code Turnsone. Be quick though because this is valid until midnight on Monday 3rd May 2021.

Don’t forget to check out the other posts in this series

HoeBow Designs

Flame Game Candle Company

Creative Nails

Suffolk Barn

Crosskey Avenue

Field and Fabric

How to support small businesses

17 thoughts on “Introducing Violet’s Vintage

  1. Completely agree that supporting small businesses doesn’t necessarily mean buying their products! Sharing as you are really does boost their engagement and drive more people over to their site! That shirt and headband are beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Love the sound of these, I am trying to spent less on mass produced stuff and more on vintage charity shop finds, currently addicted to Facebook marketplace, going to definitely check these out

  3. Its great that you are supporting small businesses! I love vintage finds, so will have to check this one out. Just goes to show you can create anything when you put your mind to it!

    Aimsy xoxo
    Aimsy’s Antics

  4. Thank you for promoting small businesses! This one sounds so fun and right up my alley. I will have to check it out. 🙂

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