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Reformation Is About to Drop a Cute Collection of Vintage Pieces Online

It’s a limited collection, so move fast if you want anything.

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A picnic dress from Reformation
Picnic Dress, $178

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The eco-friendly, uber-sexy brand that launched a thousand copycats is returning to its vintage roots, at least for a few days. Starting tomorrow, you can shop a limited collection of 106 one-of-a-kind vintage pieces on Reformation’s website.

If you’ve ever visited one of the brand’s locations in New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco, then you’re probably already familiar with the vintage dresses, T-shirts, and jeans you can find in store. If you haven’t, it’s not a difficult mental leap to make, considering the label’s whole look is vintage-inspired; think flirty crop tops and two-piece sets, fitted jumpsuits, dresses with high hemlines or high slits, and “cool-girl” band T-shirts and silky tops.

While the stuff is very #refbabe, so are the price tags — prices range from $78 for a colorful smocked crop top with poofy sleeves to over $400 for some special pieces, including a vintage black Chanel dress with gold buttons ($428) and a Salvatore patent leather bag ($498). You can definitely find similar items for much cheaper at your local vintage store, but if you like Reformation’s style and don’t feel like getting off the couch (or heck, scrolling through Instagram), you should check out the collection when it goes live tomorrow morning.

Check out a sneak peek of some of our favorite items below.