I apologize for my lack of time spent around these parts this week. With Top Shelf Flea Market V
fast approaching this coming Sunday, I've been in a constant swirl of prep work. Just to whet your appetite, here's a little teaser of what's in store for menswear this time out:
Summer sports coats in every shade of tan, seersucker and silk tweed. Cotton, poplin, vintage and not so vintage, you name it, I've got it. Plenty of old stuff from the Big Three: Brooks Brothers, J.Press, and Andover Shop.
A nice little group of jaunty, lightweight plaid pieces. The muted one, third from the left, is vintage 1960s Abercrombie & Fitch. The mini gingham beside it is also vintage, though it's single breasted, it does look suspiciously like that one from the J.Press x Cremieux
collaboration a few years back.
And of course, too many ties to mention.
Not to be outdone, good friend Zach of Newton Street Vintage
counters with his own group:
I've got my eye on the navy and gold number.
And it seems I'm not the only one who thinks that intricate broad printed paisley is due for a comeback.
He's got me beat with this fat stack of real bleeding madras shirts....
And these butcher striped shirts are a great bold touch with khakis and a navy blazer, no tie, no socks.
See you at the Flea!
How come you have all those ties in the photo, yet far fewer for sale on the shop? Or are they recent acquisitions in time for the Flea Market?
I've been stock piling. Next week, the online shop will be flooded with new goods.
Too bad I'm too far away...
Those madras shirts are beautiful. Any chance they will be made available online before or after the flea?
You'll have to ask Zack
@Tosh: any madras that doesn't sell at the Flea will be up on the shop.
I want that blazer third from the right! The plaid one. I hope its available in the shop! Oh and I hope its a 44 regular.
Please let me know if a solid Southwick/Brooks rolls by. Time to get a job. Thanks.
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