Anthropologie, I am also talking to you.
Say, for the purposes of argument, you would like to wear vintage clothing. It's funky and stylish, right? You know what the correct solution to this problem is?
GO TO A VINTAGE STORE.
If you buy something that is mass-produced to look vintage, it is not vintage. It is not funky, it is not unique. You have also paid far too much for it.
You want a concert t-shirt from Paul McCartney's New World Tour? Steal it from your sister. You want a heinous 70s plaid skirt? Steal it from your mother.
The whole point of this sartorial aesthetic is that it is distinctive. If everyone else who wants to dress distinctively looks exactly like you, we have a massive failure.