Sunday, October 31, 2010
Hatfeathers Vintage has grown so much lately...and our new site shows it!
We have moved our blog over to that site, and hope that you'll come see what we have to offer there. I've moved over a few "classic" posts just to see how they look in the new space.
You are invited!!!
The NEW Hatfeathers Blog
Monday, August 16, 2010
If you were wanting to buy something, email me, we can work around the system.
Friday, August 6, 2010
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Mad Men is starting up again, now in Season 4, and following the timeline into the mid/late 60s. Costumer Janie Bryant has once again outfitted the cast to a tee. AMC has a little teaser video any vintie should see. I'd like to have a few minutes in their wardrobe trailer!!
Monday, June 21, 2010
Monday, May 10, 2010
A little black dress with texture galore...
A cute black cocktail with peekaboo lace...
A red brocade cocktail with roses and a bow...
A black cocktail dress with a neat lace layer...
A lovely day dress for an afternoon picnic...A divine day dress...one of the best prints ever!
Saturday, March 6, 2010
They're the perfect accessory to your vintage outfit, and just the right weight for spring wear. From brightly colored fun gloves, to beaded formal fare, you'll love these gloves!
Check them out in our Perfect Pairings Accessories section!
Sunday, February 28, 2010
Poor boys, probably think I'd forgotten about them. However, I was given a gentle nudge by a date night rental of Public Enemies. If a sharp fedora can even make the already adorable Johnny Depp a little cuter in a hat like this one:
Then I should certainly not keep a hat like this one in the stock room, unseen, any longer:
OK, so the years aren't exactly right, Johnny's Dillinger was in the 30's, and my wide brim Stetson is from the 50's, but the general idea is there for all but the purest fedora fan.
Then, while catching up on back episodes of USA Network's new show White Collar, which I highly recommend if you haven't seen it, I am prodded yet again to list my fedoras by the stylish main character portrayed by Matthew Bomer. In the first episode he is released from jail to help solve crimes similar to those he has committed. He is given the option of staying in a ratty motel, or somewhere else if he can find something better for the same price. He needs clothing, and while at a vintage shop, meets up with a kind woman who is donating her late husband's vintage suits. He charms his way into her life, and into his designer retro duds, and voila! Another fedora (and killer suits) is out of storage and onto a lovely head!
I think my similar offering of a navy blue Knox Flying Cloud will help a fella get closer to this look:
Stop by the Menswear section of Hatfeathers Vintage today, to find your own unique wardrobe additions!
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Saturday, January 16, 2010
For simple charm, whimsical garden print, and reminder that sub-zero temps will soon be forgotten, I love this simple print skirt. It has tiny watering cans and flowers!
For it's incredible fullness, and the skill it must have taken to stitch in row after row of cording to make the fun ridges that go all around this skirt (and to keep them straight!), I love this navy blue skirt.
For a fun print, again reminding me that summer's posies will be in bloom eventually, I love this simple, full, cotton skirt.
And finally, for its bold coloring and theme worth crowing about, I love this rooster print full circle skirt. I'm not sure if they're fighting, loving, showing off in the barn yard, or dancing, but they're bold and beautiful! Chicken Dance, anyone?