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Bob Dylan - Look Back.

 Dylan       

 

  One of the rarest tees we've seen in a while.  Anybody have any info on this graphic?  (Available in our store.  Click the link!)

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Boots, boots and more boots

Boots, boots and more boots
Cowboy boots.  Comfort just about as good as it gets.  Be sure to wear them without irony, and get a good pair, they’ll last you for years. Continue reading

70's Attitude.

70's Attitude.

70's styled photo session with racheldemsickphoto.com

Vintage is always in fashion. It's the way to say a mouthful while staying silent.

Let your style do the talking.

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Rolled Denim Cuff Facts.

Rolled Denim Cuff Facts.

Did you know that the rolled denim cuff originated in the cowboy days? Cowboys would store their precious belongings or small stuff that wasn't practical to be kept in saddle bags. Coins, small liquor, bottles and cigarettes were often slipped right into the rolled cuff for easy access while on horseback. There's even tales of cuffs being used as ashtrays....

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Vintage Squad.

Vintage Squad.

Vintage + Summer = good times. A shot from one of our recent photo spreads.

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Shake it.

Shake it.

Double vintage. Vintage camera. Vintage Film. Vintage Clothing. Recent photo shoot.

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Summer Heat.

Summer Heat.

A quick behind the scenes film shot from one of our recent photo shoots. Damn it's hot out.

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80's Attitude.

80's Attitude.

Summer 80's style from a recent TCW photo shoot.

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The Paisley Bandana.

A Brief History of The Bandana. The Bandana is probably the most universal textile the world. The notion of a printed kerchief has been traced back as far as Roman times. The oldest documented Persian rugs look pretty darn close to what we know as Paisley today. This has been analyzed via Kashmiri Buta (or Boteh) patterns and scholars have pointed to shrubs and bushes and leaves as possible inspiration for the recognizable pattern. These prints translated themselves to Europe through weavings through the 18th century. Surprisingly, the American Revolution was where the bandana really earned it’s stripes. (Oh, get it?) Martha Washington had a printmaker whip up a commemorative bandana with her husband’s image riding a horse on it. Multiple presidents adopted this style of iconography, as did The Yankees, Elvis, Disney and just about everyone else to sell stuff. Then people started tying them around their heads. A new style was born. Bandanas are icons in every culture. The working class loves them. Gay culture loves them (Handkerchief code, anyone?). Gangs love them. Cowboys love them. Everyone loves them. If you’re looking for more information on the humble bandana, there are countless books, articles, museum exhibits and collectors groups to reference. Sometimes the simplest thing has the most complex origins. Continue reading
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