1960's print dress that I think is a mixture of wool and silk.
70's wool knit skirt, which might have been my favorite find. I'm now obsessed with crazy printed skirts.
1970's ski sweater with a chevron design and marled knit. Actually, this might be my favorite find of the day.
1970's maxi skirt that oddly reminds me of a Klimt painting.
I swore I wasn't going to buy any more necklaces, but I couldn't pass up this signed 70's brass and bead one.
70's cable knit cashmere sweater of my dreams.
I have no idea when this Ralph Lauren jacket was released. It has a USA union made tag, but I believe Ralph Lauren's higher priced lines are still being made in the US? I love this velvet jacket because the sleeves are extra long and have these gorgeous beaded cuffs.
50's/60's cashmere tee
1980's marled knit sweater with crop body and long sleeves.
1980's silk skirt with tiny fan design.
This is my bounty from a thrifting sale I mentioned on Twitter the other day. A local thrift store has a yearly sale in which they release all their fall item donations from the past year. They even have a vintage section, but I usually just avoid that area because dealers fight over those racks.
This year you entered through the men's department, but I noticed a rack of dresses out of the corner of my eye. I decided to go investigate, and realized for some reason they had left the women's vintage in that section as well. I had exactly two minutes to myself in that rack before the dealers realized they had been led astray and had turned around screeching like The Nazgul from Lord of the Rings. But two minutes was all I needed to scoop up 70's hostess skirts, 60's dress and cashmere sweaters.