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Winter Fashion │ Spring Fashion

Much like the rest of the fashion world, I tend to work with items in seasons about 4-6 months ahead.

I realize I've been (constantly) lamenting the lack of cool weather and rain -- and now that we finally have it, I'm focused on Spring items ... and Winter hasn't even begun.

Never fear. I have a perennial love for sweaters and wool and leather and denim, so that will never go away. Even in the middle of summer. My shop is perpetually "winter" stocked, so let that make you happy. And me happy, too!

This gorgeous 1950s cowichan (style) cardigan is coming to the shop soon. While I had intended it to be in today, the zipper needs some work (an overhaul. i.e. new zipper) which is unfortunate. But, once it is fixed and working, it'll be in the shop immediately.

And as for the Spring things, well, if I'm not listing sweaters and denim, I'm listing silks, linens and dresses!

This stack has linen and silk and lots of comfy, soft blouses
and shirts that you will want as soon as the temps begin to rise again. For us here in NorCal, that could be as early as February. But, hopefully not! I want sweater weather for as long as possible.

So, recap: I stock sweaters year round. Have no fear. And Spring will be here in three-ish months, so linens and silk and soft, flowy blouses are in the shop, ladies. As well as dresses ... naturally.

Guys, I'm always looking out for you, too. Short sleeve 80s polos and plaids, along with one-of- a-kind tshirts and denim, it's all there my good friends. It's all there for Spring.

Meanwhile, I've got tons of guys sweaters, plaid flannels and Pendleton plaid shirts available, along with usa made 501 jeans and jackets. Visit today! ◄ And see what I've got.

Happy December, all of you. Happy Wintering. ♥


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