Yes, tomorrow is the start of another expedition. There are still recent finds queued up to show you and posts should continue to appear every day. However, sometimes links might be delayed, or something might cause a posting to be missed. Hope not but, if so, do not despair! All will be well, so stay tuned for even more discoveries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
These are a little bit scary, but I wear them once in a while for fun and the prescription is almost exactly what I need, too! That’s a real plus, not having to remove or change the lenses.
What a rare find. Still a cats-eye style, but not as exaggerated or embellished as some were. I was lucky enough to find, several years ago, a pair of Ray Ban Cats sunglasses also with a prescription that suits. Ah, the delights of skulking through dark alleys in search of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
All hand-made – it’s a classic style which we still see, but the fit and style are different in the way that only true vintage designs can be. It hits just above the waist and belongs over a plain, black or white dress. I probably have one or two that will fill the bill . . . . . .
What could be more classic than this? Made by a company called Peters; they produced this basic style for several decades. We can still find some companies making similar ones, but I always like the REAL true vintage. Just saw a classic film last night, made in 1950, where many young men were wearing “this” jacket!
Dacron easy-care water-repellent – nothing is more smart and practical than a well-made jacket like this. And, it’s in almost perfect condition (they stood up well!). In spite of that, they’re not easy to find because they were usually worn, and worn, and worn – and eventually gave up the ghost. Someone took very good care of this one, just for me . . . . . .