Early 1980’s men’s pullover in the ski sweater style. Knitted using a hand intarsia technique, which is a method of knitting with multiple colors, this understated and complimentary geometric pattern coordinates easily and is just plain fun to look at. Colors range from azure blue to curry-khaki to shell white to a greyish-green blocks on front with bigger fields of color on the sleeves and back. Crafted by “La Mode” and labeled “Active Sportswear”, we’ll look the other way if you just wear it to kick back and relax. Click here for more views and sizing information.
Cream-colored hand-knit Irish sweater by John Molloy. Alternating patterns and textures on one classic-colored new wool background, perfect for wandering green and craggy landscapes, relaxing in a warm pub, or reading some James Joyce — or any configuration of the three. Ribbed collar and cuffs, pullover style, and full-length sleeves. More sizing and details available here.
Sometimes it’s the details that makes the outfit. You can have the spiffiest vintage Oxfords on the block, but what if you break a lace? New laces might actually, literally tie your shoes, but how do you tie up that ensemble in a vintage-authentic way? What if you don’t like modern laces? Well! We may have just the thing for you. These shoelaces are from the 1960’s and measure 27″ in length (please ask if you need Metric conversions), dark chocolate brown, goes with a variety of shoe colors. Click here for more views and specifications.