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As the third of four sisters I inherited clothes, shoes and stuff that my two older sisters had outgrown. When we were growing up, though, everyone referred to inherited clothing as hand-me downs. We did the handing down within our family, … Continue reading
Every so often I hit it really big in my thrift and resale store shopping. I go with an open mind and look around. And on a rare day I find something like these! What’s the most exciting item you’ve … Continue reading
My son Max loves classic clothing; and I actually think he likes vintage, but he just doesn’t realize it yet. Like this Navy pea coat from Udelco in Hawthorne, NJ. Do you shop vintage? What’s your favorite find?
Udelco is a really, really cool used/vintage clothing store located in Hawthorne, New Jersey. My daughter Tory heard about it in December 2012, and we hopped in the car and found it, tucked on a little light-industrial side street. That … Continue reading
Curb cruising and thrifting (okay, and dumpster jumping in the old days) is part of who I am. I’ve rescued worn down and cast-off furniture and home accessories from curbs all over the tri-state (okay, and beyond) area. I love … Continue reading