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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Coy Clothes

Perhaps I enjoy Mad Men a little too much, or maybe it's because our cottage is straight out of 1962 that I have to say I enjoy that mid-century modern vibe in all things.
Coy Clothes - another fab 100 Mile Finds vendor creates that retro feel in the design and production of their fun T-shirts.
Lisa pairs silk-screened retro advertising art with cheeky text to create distinctly fun clothing. The images range from the sweet to the saucy and are geared to men, women, kids and babes.

A serious stash of old patches  like old uniform name tags, scout badges, beer patches and of course, law enforcement badges are used to create truly one-of-a-kind items.
The shirts are made in Toronto and they’re bamboo – good for the earth and crazy comfortable.

Check them out, you'll love them as much as my Mom and Dad did the first time around.

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