Winters Past Vintage in Micanopy, Florida

Featuring the Best of 20th Century Fashion

January 22, 2017
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Embracing the Eighties

Is there any decade easier to mock, sartorially speaking, than the eighties? It’s  legacy is a sort of fashion punch line. I get it. MC Hammer pants,  Lycra unitards, acid wash denim, pretty much anything worn by Joan Collins can come as … Continue reading

December 9, 2016
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Vintage Pearls, Modern Style

Do you remember when Sharon Stone wore a white men’s button down Gap  shirt with a long evening skirt to the Oscars? If this doesn’t ring a bell, go ahead and Google it. OK, didn’t that look fresh and new? The … Continue reading

August 31, 2016
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Fresh Prints

The mid sixties into the seventies was a spectacular period for fabric design. There were innovations in cloth that gave us silky polyesters. When they were printed with the new synthetic dyes, a whole world of exciting possibilities opened up. … Continue reading

July 28, 2015
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McIntosh, Florida

Old Florida:  live oak trees draped with moss, front porches, old churches, a fishing dock, a few shops. That’s McIntosh, population 450, a pretty little town that brings to mind any number of fine Southern novels. Visit, explore, and bring your … Continue reading