Avoiding many other critical tasks stacking up on my never-ending-gobstopper to-do list, I poked around Etsy.com yesterday looking for New-Old-Stock beautifulness. If I only had a warehouse, a swiss bank account and personal chef and trainer so’s I could fit into any of these women’s clothes.  First up: Vintage embroidered go go boots from retrothreadz. I had lace-up books like this growing up, but mine were that kind of shiny black crushed-up vinyl. I wore them to death..

1960s Vintage NOS Bali bikini and coverup from ekonkar8

1970s vintage men’s wild slacks, 31-33, from lilthedog. Click on through for 11 more fun finds…

Pucci-inspired nightgown and robe, from stilettogirl

1960s silk dress with matching lined coat from stiletto girl (not NOS)

Danish Modern cocktail pick set from Vintage Trader

Vintage cats eye eyeglass frames from Vintage50sEyewear

NOS JCP 1970s hippie peasant dress from stilettogirl

Vintage babydoll dress from stilettogirl

Cute polkadot dress from stilettogirl

Three vintage coppertone File-a-Way safety boxes from stilettogirl

Vintage “thirst aid” kit from stilettogirl

Men’s cruisewear shirt made by Charles of Palm Desert, from stilettogirl (not NOS)

Tennis Anyone two-piece dress & short set from stilettogirl (not NOS, I think). Hmmm, I can fit in this….

  1. m in minnesota says:

    In 1971,I had some boots similar to this in brown leather ( no embroidery ) when I was in the 5th grade, but we used the term “Granny” boots. Go-Go boots were the pointed toe,white, pull-on boots with a short shaft (about mid calf) that we wore in the mid to late late 60’s those MOD mini length dresses…..The granny boots came out with the long length MAXI dresses and coats……cool ….so cool

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