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Spring Cometh │ Vintage Spring Clothing

 It's hard to believe it, but Spring is on the way.

Here in Northern California, we've had more rain (and snow in the mountains) than we have had in years. And it's still coming. Thankfully. We've been in a drought longer than I can remember.

We're getting what we're asking for! Hallejuah.

Regardless of the temperature, or lack of sunshine in this ordinarily sunny state, I'm prepping for Spring. 

We've got tons of dresses, blouses, t-shirts, shorts, skirts, and always the perennial favorite (and my fave): denim.

Denim jeans, shorts, skirts, jackets...lots of denim.

I also have a HUGE variety of belts and tons of vintage mugs. (Mugs make great gifts!)

So head on over to the shop and poke around. I'm clearing out my sweaters and jackets, which are almost all on sale. 

I've got to make room for spring and summer and the only way to do that is to sell what I have! 

Visit Perennial Vintage today and see all the new goods. I list new items every day and if there is something specific you're looking for, let me know. I'd love to source it for you.

 Can't wait to see you there! 



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