Buying Vintage Items With The ReIssued App

Have you all heard about the Reissued App yet? I found out about it last month and I’ve been hooked on it ever since. In case you have no clue what I’m talking about, keep reading to find out what it’s all about!


Reissued is basically a curated social marketplace app that allows users to buy and sell vintage, handmade, and hard-to-find items! I like to think of it as a shopable Instagram because it’s basically photos that you can click, and then purchase what you see. If you’re a vintage lover like me, this app is going to be a dream come true for you! You can find amazing furniture here as well as clothes, antiques, pieces of art, literally anything.

They handpick their sellers so not just anybody is on here. This is to try and ensure that the selected retailers are the best of the best and that they have really unique products for you to browse and buy. So often I see people with the coolest vintage finds and I want to know where they’ve gotten them. Now I know the answer: probably from this app!

All you have to do to start using Reissued is head to the app store on your phone and download the FREE Reissued App. Once it’s downloaded on your phone you just need to make an account. Making an account takes less than 5 minutes, and as soon as you’ve got an account set up, you can start browsing! Oh, how I love to browse these items. If you see something you like you can click the item to find out the exact details and price. You can also start following sellers if you want to keep up-to-date with everything they list.


The set up is easy to use: you can “heart” items and leave comments on products, you can search for certain sellers, or if you’re looking for something specific, simply type in what you’re searching for or hashtags. You can scroll while you’re on your break from work or while you’re on the go.

Say goodbye to sweating it out in vintage stores, and hello to shopping in the comfort of your own home with your pjs on!

Have you heard of the Reissued App? Do you use it? Leave us a comment and let us know!