Let's be honest: I don't keep up with the latest fashions. But, I DO keep up with the fashions of yesteryear. Why? Because I'm drawn to them like a bear to a beehive. The perks: Vintage clothing is usually very inexpensive, one-of-a-kind, non-skanky and chalk-full of unique patterns, textures, colors and personality!
I made you (or rather, Jeff Yeats made you) a rad video about why I love vintage, filmed inside of a slick vintage clothing store in Nashville, TN called "The Hip Zipper."
Also, I'm going to give you the 4-1-1 on where I've bought some of my favorite outfits and how much they cost. I've used these beauties for photo shoots and music videos. Check it out:
Square Dance Shirt: $15 at "Decades," Salt Lake City, UT
Tutu: $30 at "Decades," Salt Lake City, UT
Picture Frame: $1.50 at Deseret Industries, Provo, UT
Photo by Jefra Starr Linn
Prom Dress: $120 at "Swift Vintage," Burbank, CA
Polyester Red Dress: $7 at "Nevin's Thrift Store," Mt. Pleasant, UT
Navy Velour & Lace Dress: $7 at "Nevin's Thrift Store," Mt. pleasant, UT
Photo by Wendy Whitaker of Blue Lily Photo
Retro Circus Dress: $35 at "Hubba Hubba," Burbank, CA
Photo by Justin Hackworth
P.S. I am offering a private, all-day shopping excursion with me through my PledgeMusic Campaign. I only have a few spots left. Offer ends on June 4th, so hurry and sign up! I'd love to take you shopping! Sign up at www.pledgemusic.com/mindygledhill.