Going, Going, GONE: eBay Vintage Clothing Roundup

Check out these fab eBay vintage clothing and accessory auctions ending in the next four days including items by Alfred Shaheen, Dorothy O’Hara, Josefa, YSL, Roberta di Camerino and Valentino. Be sure not to miss the Whiting & Davis Charlie Chaplin purse, the vintage 1950s spiderweb dress, the 1970s Gucci briefcase, the rare Bakelite moving penguin pin and the Miss Dior beach hat.

vintage whiting and davis charlie chaplin mesh pursevintage rizkallah maxi dressvintage roberta di camerino handbagvintage 1950s alfred shaheen sundress

vintage rare moving bakelite penguin pinvintage maxi dressvintage matador circle skirtvintage pauline rader brooch

vintage faux leopard coatvintage crown trifari setvintage ysl capevintage 1970s gucci suede briefcase

vintage victorian mourning capeletvintage 1970s josefa caftan dressvintage 1960s vera scarfpre-owned jean paul gaultier jacket

vintage 1950s spiderweb dressvintage kenneth jay lane braceletvintage mink stolevintage judith leiber belt

vintage 1950s NWT dalton cashmere sweatervintage 1960s vera maxwell dressvintage 1980s bob mackie evening gownvintage christian dior beach hat

vintage 1980s ben amun beltvintage dorothy o'hara attributed little black dressvintage valentino necklacevintage 1912 brass mesh purse


PLEASE NOTE that Zuburbia does not endorse the use of fur, feathers, coral, leather or animal skins in fashion. These selections are offered only as more thoughtful and eco-friendly alternatives for contemporary fashionistas who have not yet eliminated animal products from their wardrobes or for collectors purchasing for preservation. | DISCLOSURE: Zuburbia is an affiliate member of the eBay Partner Network however these editorial selections are made without direct promotional consideration from Bay sellers.

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