Whether you’re hunting for treasure or just in need of a pair of jeans, Baltimore has plenty of shops hawking vintage wares. Check out these five stores in Baltimore for your vintage shopping.
Miamians love classic cars in mint condition. Photographer Phillip Pessar recently hit the streets of Miami Beach to prove it.
When turn-of-the-20th-century Americans composed a letter or signed a document, they did so with a flourish and with their favorite fountain pen.
Elizabeth Hoeckel’s mixed media collages are nothing short of captivating. In some cases, where there are women in bathing suits perched comfortably atop floorboards as the rest of the world is engulfed in a giant cloud of smoke and ash, it is breathtaking.
By now, you’ve no doubt heard about the concept of mixing up and down. Price points, that is. Sometimes, it pays to splurge on those expensive pieces. But if you’ve got a little time on your hands, try mixing and matching all from the same category, (the affordable one, that is). You might be surprised what you will find. And not only will you find great pieces to complement
your wardrobe, you’ll save money, too. Can you think of a better fashion trend than saving money?
Most people spend a good part of their free time online, so it only makes sense that they indulge in online shopping! By now you have probably heard of Etsy.com, a chic place to shop online. Set up as an e-commerce site, it allows people from all over the world to sell cool stylish threads — old or new alike. CBS Baltimore recently sat down with Jenny Andrzejewski, an Etsy store connoisseur who is the owner of Charm City based, Old Baltimore Vintage to talk all these vintage and Etsy.