5 Vintage Treasures, 5 More Reasons To Love Chanel (& Really Mean It)

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    The quilting, the chain straps, those eponymous Cs — there's just something magical about a vintage Chanel piece. Just ask our favorite Coco enthusiasts, Kody Pangburn and Jade Furtado of fashion blog and vintage mecca VTG Wonderland.

    Veritable vintage experts, the ladies spend just as much time culling through fashion archives as they do sourcing ultra-rare designer treasures, so they know their stuff...especially when they've come across something truly special.

    So, we asked Pangburn and Furtado to pick out five of their favorite Chanel finds from VTG Wonderland's exclusive R29 sale and give us their expert insider info on each one. Click through to get the scoop on some seriously gorgeous vintage stunners — careful, you might learn something.

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