Whether you’re wearing a wrap-around skirt or jeans or corduroys, these two-tone suede and leather boots go with many looks. Lined in warm fleece, these pull on to put the finishing touch on your outfit. This style of boot was incredibly popular in the mid- to late 1970’s, almost always in warm colors and was often part of an a-line or very “together” feminine silhouette that was still casual. Think of Pam Dawber from Mork and Mindy. More views and sizing information 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.
Yes, you read it correctly. These are not brown or made of soft drink ingredients; they are collectible 1960’s Coca Cola cufflinks, still waiting to be worn, in their original cufflink case. There are three large and three small cufflinks in gold-tone metal, for extra shine…and so you always have a spare. Very interesting addition to the collection of the Coca Cola or the cufflink fan! Click here for more views and information.
If you like tooled leather purses but don’t like the large size of a lot of pieces out there, we have a perfect solution: This small, rounded yellow purse in shades of topaz to orange and a slightly green yellow makes a great accessory without taking up too much room. Accented with tooled flowers and heavy black leather stitches, these colors of this purse go well with the warm yellow-based colors of Fall/Winter 2012. Please click here for more sizing and information.
Belts are the thing for Fall/Winter 2012. The emphasis is on the waist for women’s fashions! If you want to put a nice, shiny accent on your waist but aren’t really into those wide, uniformly-colored belts in the stores and the magazines, this Black Hills metals belt has the perfect way to do that. Thin belts in understated colors are a great fashion aid for people who are not tall, or are short-waisted and don’t want to break up their vertical lines with a broad band of loud color. The metals are mostly warm colors – from gold to a rosy brown – are contrasted with a cooler silver tone. Click here for more views and sizing information.
This necklace is a fascinating combination of natural and geometric shapes in neutral colors. The more organic, irregular shapes play off the regular shapes of sphere, ring, and one gray cube as the focal point. Click here for sizing and other views!
Light-catching drop-shaped earrings from the 1960’s to compliment your flip or your beehive. Screw-on backs are perfect for unpierced ears. Click here for more views and information.
“Hey baby, what’s your sign?” How often have you heard that question and been unprepared to answer it? Well, we have the perfect solution: This sturdy brass-tone belt buckle with the name and dates of the first house of the Zodiac. The central focus is a combination of man-beast with twisty horns. Surely a one-of-a-kind accessory for men or women! Click here for more views and size dimensions.
If you need to break up the line of an outfit, there’s no better way to accomplish this than by using a belt. You can subtly emphasize a monochrome look, or provide a big exclamation point to your outfit by using this very red belt with small goldtone stud accents. This belt is neither narrow or wide and should complement many styles (and belt buckles, if necessary)! Click here for more views and sizing:
This striking belt combines black leather and painted turquoise color accents in a Southwestern-look belt that’s sure to keep up your britches and kick up your style a few notches. Although this is technically a man’s belt, it could be worn by women or men; this belt measures 30 inches around. More information and views here.