A sexy leather jacket doesn't always have to be black. This warm chocolate Schott biker hits the mark in every way. Think outside the norm with vintage - style isn't a costume.Continue reading
The Windbreaker. Favored by your Grandma, your Dealer, and your Coach.
What other garment ticks all those boxes, huh?Continue reading
A true-vintage piece from our stock. Sold. Buy fewer, better things.Continue reading
Mia & Zoe for The Clothing Warehouse. 2019.Continue reading
Monochrome photoshoot styled by us and photographed by Rachel Demsick.Continue reading
Do you have a vintage 'archive?' You know what I'm talking about - that box under your bed filled with vintage pieces you simply cannot part with. I've heard about archives of all sizes over the years. Even met a guy who had an entire vacant house filled with vintage items he collected that just, weren't, for, sale. To anyone. Ever.
I think this is a good practice. We all follow the trends and the #feeds, but the key to style is to be yourself. There's such a sense of over-identification anymore and that's basically, well, unoriginal. Collect and (hopefully) wear whatever you want - even if it's too small or too big for you.
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....Continue reading