Currently in search of a good home: this jaw dropping 1920s slouch vest w/ attached cape… dripping with ridiculous (in a good way) 19.5″ jet black fringe. There’s two 40″ long tassel style fringe clusters in front as well. Excellent condition and very wearable. These days it’s extremely rare to find vintage as old, exceptional, AND wearable. I find maybe 2 pieces that fit the bill per year. So I guess this year is off to a good start!
Snatch it up for $549.00 if you have deep pockets. If not, don’t be intimated. The reserve is considerably lower.
Fast forward several decades to something similar (and undoubtedly 20s inspired), from boutique label All That Remains. Yours for $690.00 at Bonadrag.
Tagged 1920s, 20s, all that remains, art deco, avant garde, black, bohemian, boho, bonadrag, cape, clothing, cotton, dripping, flapper, fringe, fringing, GOLDMINE TRASH, goldminetrash, goth, gothic, gypsy, hand knotted, high fashion, jacket, jet, rayon, runway, shopgoldminetrash, silk, tassel, vest, vintage, witch, witchy
This lovely jacket was auctioned off by Thrifted recently for $255.00. If you’re sad about missing out, we have the same one in purple ending tonight! Perfect for festival season, which is just around the corner.
Posted in GOLDMINE TRASH
Tagged 80s, art deco, avant garde, beaded, boho, chiffon, clothing, coat, ebay, festival, GOLDMINE TRASH, gypsy, India, Indian, jacket, slouch, thrifted, Thrifted and Modern, trophy, vintage, witch, womens
Ruins of Detroit by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.
Posted in INSPIRATION
Tagged abandoned buildings, art deco, blog, book, Detroit, Fisher body plant, GOLDMINE TRASH, goldminetrash, luvgmt.com, Michigan, motor city, photography, photos, Romain Meffre, Ruins of Detroit, Saint Albertus school, United Artists Theatre, urban decay, Vanity Ballroom, Yves Marchand