Vintage Guy Taking Photograph of Himself - Self Portrait [1940s]

So, I’m sure you’ve gathered we love vintage photographs. We love them for the mystery contained within them, and all the precious memories storied behind their glossy surfaces. We love the people, and their intricate personalities that still shine through even without knowing them.

You get a sense of them and their world by just what they are wearing. You know they chose it, and you can’t help but marvel at the standards of style in the past, most of which keep inching their way back into the forefront of contemporary fashion and style.

We often turn to the photographs and snapshots we’ve collected to give us inspiration for the many clothes we have gathered to make our collection. Whether or not these silent stories are known or not, is of little consequence, but even just to imagine and invoke them in the different pieces seems to give it a special power.

We decided to pair just a few of our finds from the {SHOP} to see what we could conjure!

The Coconut Man + shirt THE EYE OF FAITH Vintage

Conjuring

+Coconut Man+

for this Rad Oversized Tropical Graphic Print Silk Shirt

Get This Guy a Shirt- This Shirt

Conjuring

+Yellow Pants+

for ‘Paradise Lost’ 1950s Tropical Cut-Off Shirt

Party Like Its 1949 - The Rad Metallic Silk Foil Shirt

Conjuring

+Classic Japanese Cool+

for Vintage Deco Nagasaki Embroidered Metallic Foil Silk Shirt

So what do you think? Good matches all around? Check out more of our collection in the {SHOP}.

There’s bound to be something for everyone. Destiny is calling . . .

You are invited.

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