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The only thing we here at This Week’s Look adore more than vintage hats is a vintage hat sale. Poppycock Vintage on etsy is currently testing our post-holiday spending willpower with a fantastic sale through December 31. They have an incredible selection of vintage chapeaux, so reasonably priced, we may have no choice but to pawn all of the Christmas presents we received in order to buy them all.
This week, we have assembled for you a selection of our favorites from Poppycock’s etsy storefront, all on sale right now. Click on each image below to see the individual listing, and follow Poppycock on Facebook for regular sale announcements.
Vintage 1960s Christian Dior beehive toque with jeweled trim:
Vintage 1960s creamy cocoa wool hat by Sears Fashions:
Vintage 1960s mod, thick lambskin, mottled fur hat lined in a soft jersey knit:
Vintage 1960s high crown, domed straw hat with velvet hat band by Mr. John:
Vintage 1960s classic wool felt cloche:
Vintage 1970s tan wool felt bowler with tassel and leather hat band:
Vintage 1960s shaggy wool cloche with buckle trim:
Vintage 1960s, adorable and cozy faux fur leopard hat:
Vintage 1960s royal purple velour beaded pillbox:
Vintage 1970s velvet pageboy cap:
I joined JewelMint a few months back, with pieces designed by Kate Bosworth and Cher Coulter. So far, I have been very happy with my monthly acquisitions. I picked up today the indulgent cocktail ring and pair of mod square bangles below for just $19.99, thanks to a Memorial Day coupon code. Visit jewelmint.com to see their full collection. Keep in mind, they are constantly adding new looks, so even if you don’t see something you love one month, you’ll probably see three you love the next month. At least that has been my experience thus far.
Something beautiful and silk arrived today from Harold’s family in France.
This week we were lured from the usual vintage scene, enticed by some serious spring deals over at shopbop.com. Use the promo code INTHEFAMILY20 at checkout to get 20% off through April 18. Shopbop also offers free 3-day shipping and returns with no minimum order. Below are some of our favorite spring-inspired looks as seen on shopbop this week.
Striped silk Tory Burch blouse with removable neck tie.
Crepe dress with draped cowl overlay by Rachel Roy.
Rachel Roy cropped yellow suit slacks.
A.L.C. viscose and silk wrap dress.
Cosabella sheer stretch-lace boy shorts with scalloped edges. Comes in four spring colors.
Halston Heritage accordion pleated dress.
Gemma inverted facet citrine studs by Marc Jacobs.
Sass and Bide one shoulder dress.
Ribbed jersey maxi dress by Rachel Pally.
Tucker slim fit silk blouse.
Marc Jacobs hot dot bangle.
Monrow crepe maxi dress.
Warby Parker has done a lot for people that are both visually impaired and into vintage style. And their flat fee pricing (only $95 a pair) is quite revolutionary in the vision correction biz. However, if you prefer authentic vintage frames as opposed to vintage-inspired frames, you can spend hours combing through junk on eBay and etsy or you can visit one of our favorite sources for optical quality vintage frames, Thayer Eyewear.
Thayer specializes in carefully curated 1950s cat eye glasses, 1960s squared zyl, rhinestone and embellished frames, high quality American and European frames from the 1800s to the 1990s, as well as dead stock ready-to-wear sunglasses. While some of Thayer’s stock is used, they also carry tons of dead stock/never worn frames, many of which are priced under $100.
Below are some of our favorite vintage frames as seen on Thayer Eyewear’s etsy storefront this week. Click on each image below to see the individual listing.