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Have a Vintage Autumn with Fall Fashion


The best time of the year is here: Autumn.

And since I usually stock the shop year-round with sweaters, cardigans, and denim, there is no lack of it now when we all need them.

I'm always, always listing sweaters.

I find that folks -- also in the states-- are thinking about sweaters even when it's summer... in anticipation of fall and winter. 

I sure do this!

So because of that, I've got about 75 sweaters and cardigans and jackets (for men and women) ready to purchase or nearly ready to be listed. 

Now, just like I list sweaters in the off-season, I also list short sleeves tops in the fall and winter. It's always good to be ready! 

I just found these two beauties. Gorgeous embroidered Oaxacan style blouses.

In the shop as soon as possible, and I have more already available.

And as for denim, it's always denim season.

It doesn't matter the weather, denim is where it's at.

I've never sold Wrangler jeans before, but I just picked up a pair for women and I can't wait to find some more. I love the USA-made ones and honestly, would love to have a pair of my own.

But...when it comes to denim, Levi's has my heart. So I usually sell Levi's exclusively.

I just picked up a selvedge denim jacket for myself, and I have to post a beautiful picture of the selvedge because it's so hard to find this. It's staying with me for now, but I hope -- always hope-- to find more.

And as soon as I do, it will get to the shop. Selvedge Levi's -- as much as I can find -- is always my goal for the shop (and my own personal collection).

Welcome, fall! 

Visit the shop today for all your autumnal and winter needs. Fresh inventory daily.

Go now!


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