I recently discovered Viceversa Vintage; a Williamsburg shop dealing in an abundance of sixties and seventies era garb. The dress selection leaves something to be desired, what with the overpriced polyester Halloween costume-esque bullshit characteristic of many vintage stores in the greater NYC metro area.
Its saving grace is its tees and tops which – in addition to their old school cool factor – proved remarkably reasonably priced. Case in point: The blouse below.
Ten buckaroos for a gauzy summer dream. Yesssssss!
Said blouse prompted a newfound interest in vintage tops, which in turn prompted a browse in the Men’s section of the West Village Housing Works after the Women’s selection left me high and dry.
Twenty-five dollars, two one-of-a-kind shirts. Vintage is occasionally uber satisfying. Provided its reasonably priced.