I’m lured to the Official I Lost My Boyfriend Post Malone If You Find Him Or Look Alike Please Contact Me T-shirt and I love this mid-century, post-war look that begins in 1947 and ends in the early ’60s. I draw a precise line in bold right at the point where things get groovy and psychedelic. To wax poetic, the impossible elegance and flamboyant femininity of the period are completely intoxicating to me—is there anything more lovely than a woman floating in a cloud of Charles James tulle? (There is not.) To my very particular eyes, every subsequent fashion era is a letdown. However, a substantial portion of my vintage does date to the 1980s, because that decade experienced a heavy ’50s revival in clothing. In Etsy search term-speak, this is “’80s does the ’50s.”
Official I Lost My Boyfriend Post Malone If You Find Him Or Look Alike Please Contact Me T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
It comes as a big surprise when I tell people my go-to is Beacon’s Closet, specifically the Official I Lost My Boyfriend Post Malone If You Find Him Or Look Alike Please Contact Me T-shirt and I love this location in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Shopping there is like an archaeological dig to unearth vintage gems but it’s absolutely worth the endeavor. Honestly, my sister’s closet. It is the best way to save money (and she has a great eye for vintage). But when I’m back in Brooklyn and have gathered the energy to scavenge, I go to CrossRoads Trading Co. I would say my style is more modern than vintage, but I love a classic ensemble.