I picked up a couple of pairs of vintage cowboy boots in the last year and I have two pairs that I bought new several years ago. I wouldn’t have said they were my style at all but I’ve been getting into them more and I enjoy the challenge of styling them with my current wardrobe. A pair of vintage cowboy boots can look great with something new and
Vintage handbags and purses are where it’s at for me. I never caught the designer bag bug. It’s cool if that’s your thing but I get excited whilst out thrifting, I come across a beautiful and unique vintage purse that I’ve never seen before. As you can tell by my extensive collection, collected over twenty-five years, I got excited a lot. The majority of these cost $20 or less and
Brimfield Antiques Flea Market in Brimfield, Massachusettes is considered to be the oldest outdoor flea market in the U.S. going back 50 years. It runs three times a year and their summer show begins this week, July 10-15th. Brimfield can overwhelm the most experienced pickers. It’s huge. Over 50,000 people attend each show during its six day run. Thousands of vendors haul their wares to the show and set up
My uniform as of late: retro menswear. This 90’s Mondo dress shirt, found at the thrift store, is easy to style with jeans and boots. I love that I can skip the accessories especially when I’m in a hurry because all the detail and sparkle is provided in the shirt. Worn here with H&M and Zara jeans along with one of my best thrift store finds ever, these Y-3 Adidas boots
A list of some of my favorite vintage clothing and thrift stores in the USA and London. California Los Angeles American Vintage, 7575 Melrose Ave. L.A. Rose Vintage Fashion, 8064 Melrose Ave. Wasteland, 7428 Melrose Ave. Palm Springs The Frippery, 664 N Palm Canyon Dr. San Francisco Held Over, 1543 Haight St. Decades Of Fashion, 1653 Haight St. Relic Vintage, 1605 Haight St Wasteland, 1660 Haight St. Yucca Valley The End, 55872 Twentynine Palms Highway Connecticut Maison St
I’m a big fan of repurposing old things into my modern daily life. I love these Italian planters and silver vase. These three hold my make-up brushes. A little cleaning and polish goes a long way and always brings out the beauty under any dirt or tarnish.
I recently visited The Vermont Country Store which has been around since 1946 and specializing in products from yesteryear. This place is really neat and makes for a super fun road trip. I picked up several things that I remember from my childhood and others that looked interesting to try. Pinaud Clubman Talc: This is sold as a man’s talc but I loved the men’s cologne scent. They’ve been making