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|Shopper's Alert -
Travel In Style
Hello Fashion Diggers...
Planning to travel this summer? Then
travel in style by adding something vintage to your travel ensemble.
Overnight and weekend trippers will love vintage
accessories like the Samsonite train case, American Tourister round hatbox
luggage, MOD flower print suitcases and tote with matching umbrella. Fill the
40s compact picture album with your pictures for the perfect travel gift! The
site is stocked with designer
to add to your travel wardrobe... check out the Vera, Hermes, Kenzo, Bessi,
Pucci, Courreges, Fendi and Christian Dior beauties! The vintage Florida map
scarf is a must-bring if you're vacationing in sexy Miami. And little girls
will look adorable carrying a vintage
Ann doll on the long train trip.
Men will love to travel with a classy 40s travel grooming kit in a zippered
leather case, a pair of 70s Oleg Cassini men's
and a soft leather belt like the Gucci, Cole Haan, Coach and Pierre Cardin
beauties. Don't miss the Tony Lama tooled leather
If you're planning a trip to a dude ranch!
Top off your
city, country or beach look with a stylish vintage hat. Check out the
30s straws, 40s felts, 50s florals, 60s MODs and 70s floppies... don't miss the
custom-made Panama straw picture hats!
will find straw and felt Fedoras, Porkpies, Bowlers and top hats.
| Will: I
have an old fedora-type hat that I bought from a op-shop, it needs a bit of a
clean and I want to dye it black to match my suit (its currently dark olive
green). Could you please give me some advice on how to do this and continue to
look after it? It has lost a bit of shape. The local dry cleaner told me of old
block sets they used to use for them, but no-one has them anymore. I'm in
Newcastle, Australia by the way.