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Hello Fashion Diggers...

MOD Tortoise Plastic Bag from Mid Century ChicWe love all the MOD inspired trends for spring! Of course, Fashion Diggers have always been on the lookout for 60s and 70s fashion finds to add to their wardrobes... the site is stocked with stylish clothes and accessories that will add a touch of MOD to your ensemble. Browse the shops for B&W and clear Lucite jewelry... oversized daisy pins and sunglasses... cute mini dresses... patent or metal handbags... Don't forget to checkout collectible designer pieces from André Courrèges, Rudi Gernreich, Peter Max and Emilio Pucci.


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Alabaster Bleu Alabaster Bleu:
This shop opened with a great selection of Western and Rockabilly vintage finds! We love the H Bar C western shirts, cowboy boots and stylish oversized clutch purses... all priced to sell.


 What's New

MINT SUMMER POLY DRESS from SIMPLY STELLA RANAESIMPLY STELLA RANAE:
Get a jump start on spring and summer fashions with vintage goodies including a 60s raincape, 50s flirty dresses, mens 70s pearl snap shirts, and gorgeous kitten soft pin up sweaters from the 50s.



Black Felt 50s Swing Skirt from DARKBLOOMDARKBLOOM:
Go dotty for the 70s polka dot dress and lovely tie neck blouse, checkout the mod black/white shift, retro stack heels with incised flowers, abstract graphic belted top and swingy 50s floral appliquéd skirt.



1920s Straw Cloche from Ellen Christine EclecticEllen Christine Eclectic:
Ellen posted more fab finds like a glamour 50s moviestar-worthy sequined gown, two fun pillbox hats... a wonderfully romantic tea dress dripping in embroidery and a great pair of vintage men's knickers... golf anyone?



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