My mother has been collecting shawls from all over the world her entire life — she literally has cabinets full of hundreds of shawls. Each shawl has a different story and represents the country and its craft work. So when I came across a vintage shawl dress, I had to get. It reminds me of my mother and I absolutely love it. I have been a long time fan of Bode — a NYC menswear company that specializes in one of a kind, handcrafted clothing that is cut from antique fabrics, victorian quilts, grain sacks, and bed linens.
Vintage shawl made in to a dress — one of a kind — each is unique and special.
I recently discovered Made Worn tees and now I CANNOT STOP. Yes, they are expensive, yes you can find them in every store around the country — but for good reason. These tees are TO DIE FOR. Created by Blain Halvorson, this clothing line creates the most perfectly weathered, faded, and vintage look you have all been dying to wear (I know I have). It’s like discovering a vintage shirt in a store, except for it’s not vintage! And it’s even a better fit and look. I honestly can’t get enough — and these are perfect gifts for your music loving family and friends.
My new uniform — a fun tee shirt, cardigan, and jeans. Comfortable but easy and a little bit stylish.
As of a few months ago, I had not bought something at a vintage store since High School (when I was a regular at our local Goodwill to buy denim). Fast forward to this spring when I was on a mad and unsuccessful hunt for the perfect denim jacket. I was looking for something perfectly weathered / cropped / and that fit like a glove. Wherever I looked or asked for help, I had no luck. Then, at the recommendation from a stylish friend, I went to 9th Street Vintage, and bought my new favorite piece of clothing, a vintage denim jacket.
This jacket is from the 30s! How cool is that! Almost 90 years old — and so supers stylish and cool. GAWD I love it.