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With vacation wardrobes front of mind right now, you could count on SS19 lines from the likes of Prada and Gucci to have you looking the part while you’re topping up your tan. But for seriously chic summer ’fits, adding some flourishes of vintage luxury to your ’fits is sure to set you apart from the fashion week crowds.

And whether it’s a pair of steezy sunglasses or premium leather goods from the fashion archives, in 2019, vintage luxury fashion is more accessible than ever before. With dedicated online stores such as What Goes Around Comes Around, LePrix, Vestiaire Collective, and 1stdibs, as well as e-commerce giants such as Farfetch home to some amazing vintage fashion finds, now is the time to be adding some vintage classics to your carry-on luggage.

Highlights from our selection below for summer ’19 looks include a silk Chanel scarf circa 1990, a timeless 2009 logo-embellished Gucci bucket hat, a French Riviera-ready Louis Vuitton Cup keepall, and a particularly dope pair of vintage gold-tone sunglasses by Jean Paul Gaultier.

With prices starting at $284 and reaching heights of $2,950 for the LV grail, you can peep our full selection of vintage vacation investments below.

MC2 Leather Small Bag

Vintage Hermès

$752
Buy at Vestiaire Collective

Goyardine Victoire Wallet

Goyard Vintage

$685
Buy at LePrix

1990s Sunglasses

Jean Paul Gaultier

$1400
Buy at 1stdibs

Oval Sunglasses

Gucci

$350
Buy at WGACA

Skinny Sunglasses

Gucci Vintage

$695
Buy at Farfetch

Sunglasses

Gianni Versace

$284
Buy at Vestiaire Collective

Paris Cap Hat

Patrick Kelly

$395
Buy at 1stdibs

1992's Les Grands Fonds scarf

Hermès Vintage

$530
Buy at Farfetch

1990s Silk Scarf

Chanel

$495
Buy at 1stdibs

Printed Scarf

Céline Vintage

$303
Buy at Farfetch

1994 America's Cup Keepall 45

Vintage Louis Vuitton

$2950
Buy at WGACA

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  • Curated by: Yulia Pankova
Words by Aaron Toumazou
E-Commerce Editor