Vintage Style: Picks for Fall

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Despite the 30+ degree (Celsius!) temperatures outside, I’m in full fall and winter mode. My workspace is covered in snuggly fur and wool accessories, and racks of coats and jackets await their turn in front of the camera. I starting pulling vintage coats months ago to get ready for the cooler months. It can be quite a bit of work getting these old beauties ready for sale, but it’s worth all the cleaning, mending and close inspections when you get to play with clothes all day. I’m so lucky!

Here are a few of the lovely fall/winter pieces that I’ve got in my shop right now, you can click them to get the details and see more photos. This is just the top of the tip of the iceberg, but I’ll be sharing more with you as I bring it in to the shop.

Vintage 60's Oatmeal Wool CoatVintage 60's Harris Tweed StetsonVintage 60's Black Wool Coat with Shearling CuffsVintage 80's Faux Fur HeadbandVintage 80's Boucle Boyfriend CoatVintage 60's Fur HatVintage 60's Purple Wool CapeWhat’s great about these pieces is their versatility. I tend to pick pieces that are well-made, beautiful, and not tooo trendy. Stylish, eye-catching, but not obtuse – that should be my mantra. I love mixing one-of-a-kind vintage pieces with modern clothing. It can look a little bit costume-y when people go head-to-toe vintage. It works for some people, but it ain’t me. Subtlety speaks volumes, non?

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