Style | , , , | November 13, 2017

Women’s streetwear options can often seem limited. Yes, streetwear has picked up on millennial pink as 2017’s flavour of the month (has the trend died yet), but, at times it’s felt like the only trend focused on getting some lady love.


Vintage streetwear retailer Frankie Collective, have taken matters into their own hands simultaneously subverting the empires of fast fashion and reworking classic looks to deliver creatively designed silhouettes. The collective have reimagined classic adidas, Champion and Nike fits as see-through body suits and half tops – perfect for downplaying with sweats or hitting high key looks with boots and leather.


You can cop them via the online store and are priced at $50-80 USD. If you can’t cop, get creative and customise your own vintage finds.


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