Vintage Obsession: Polaroids

Chokers, denim on denim and other vintage trends are making their way back to fashion’s forefront. My favorite comeback trend is Polaroid cameras. I bought a Fujifilm Instax Polaroid camera from Unique Photo in Fairfield, NJ two years ago. They had a good deal where I got a Polaroid camera, three boxes of film (60 photos) and a camera case all for under $120.

I use my Polaroid camera on nearly every trip I go on. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good digital camera or smartphone picture but there’s something satisfying about seeing a photograph develop in front of you. Because Polaroid cameras were on the verge of dying out, film can be expensive, especially if you take a lot of photos like I do. Impossible Project is the only company in the world that makes film for classic Polaroid cameras. For a cheaper option, pick up an Instax camera. Fujifilm makes their own film and for under $20 you can get 20 photos whereas for $23.49 will only get you 8 photos for a classic Polaroid camera.

If you’re on the fence about buying a polaroid camera, check out some of my Polaroid pictures below and comment any questions you have!

Happy 19th birthday love 💕 I hope you had a wonderful day. You deserve nothing but the best.

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Weekend walks 👯🍂

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Kayla and I bought the biggest pumpkins we could find 🎃😳 #sorryjere

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Round 2 tonight 💀 #halloweekend

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Love you both more than anything. My ride or dies 💕

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Home 😍

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*Feature photo originally posted on Instagram by me.

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