$ 219.00This is a magnificent full length opera coat from about the 1940s or 50s in black silk velvet. Incredible shaped collar! Slightly puffed shoulders, though no shoulder pads. Simple clean lines with no front closure. Fully lined in black satin. Label reads: Bergdorf Goodman Fifth Avenue at 58th Street. Small to smaller medium I'd say.
$ 79.00Deep espresso brown lightly boucled two piece suit circa the 1940s, maybe 50s. The jacket is really the star here. It has these fantastic buttons! The sleeves are not quite full length, but a bit longer than 3/4. The bottom hem in front has a slits at either hip. Shoulder pads. Its kind of a shorter, more boxy shape, that makes me think 60s, but the woman I got it from said her mother wore it well before then and there are definitely things about it that make me think she's right. The skirt is A line, has several darts at the waist for a nice shape, and a metal zipper at the side. Both jacket and skirt are lined in what feels like rayon. The body is probably wool. Medium size, I'd say. There are two labels. The designer ones read "Friedmont" and are in both jacket and skirt. Then there is an additional one for the store it was sold at, reads: "Housemans, Grand Rapids".
$ 116.00Fantastic hip length opera coat from the 1940s in lush black velvet. Look at the beautiful gathered sleeve cuffs! Lovely rounded collar and three velvet covered buttons. Open from about the ribcage down. Large shoulders pads with the velvet pleated round them to the back. Fully lined in lovely gold silk ( or maybe a silk or rayon blend, its very fine). No label. Medium to large size I'd say.
$ 45.00Classy tailored camel colored jacket. Has a rounded lapel, and five pearlized buttons up the front, padded shoulders. The sleeve cuffs are folded up and have a cute rounded corner detail. There are pockets at either hip, though they are open on the interior of the jacket so I wouldn't plan on using them unless you want to stitch up the open part inside. Nipped in tailored waist. Small size, I'd say. Label reads: "Weathervane tailored by Handmacher in a Celanese acetate fabric".
$ 89.00Lovely half cape from the World War Two era in black nubby wool. Simple collar, reminiscent of a nehru collar. Held together at the neck with one large absolutely fabulous Lucite flower button. There is a fantastic black bow tie option at the neck as well, which I unfortunately forgot to photograph. There are hidden arms slits at both sides. Fully lined in black silk ( possibly a silk blend). No label. Pretty much one size fits most I'd say. Probably a wool, or wool blend, but not itchy.
$ 65.00Gorgeous tailored jacket from the later 40s. Wonderful gathered pockets, and a matching belt. Has silver buttons up the front and at the pockets, padded shoulders, cuffed sleeves. Nipped in tailored waist. Smaller medium size, I'd say. Label reads: Styled by Mohilef bros, California. Really lovely lines. Looks and feels like raw silk, but its probably a rayon.
$ 85.00This is the most interesting piece. From the 50s or probably 60s. I believe its a jacket but it's tailored like a blouse. It could probably be worn as a blouse actually. Rounded bottom hems, gathered blousey cuffs at the end of the long sleeves, and just an all round blousey feel. The color is the most beautiful camel, wool. Fully lined in peach acetate. Two labels, one reads: Amelia Gray Beverly Hills, California, and the other reads: Ernst Strauss & Schnell Sports. Medium to large sized I'd say.
$ 98.00Wonderful black and white houndstooth and plaid tweed suit from the 1960s. Label reads: Made in England Expressly for Willi. Jacket is an open front boxy shape with detailed pockets, wide sleeves just above the wrist and red through the plaid. The skirt is a pencil with a box pleat in the back and metal zipper at the side. Jacket is lined in silk, skirt is unlined. This is a really extraordinary quality suit.
$ 109.00Yes, THAT Gloria Swanson. She had a clothing line from 1951 to 1981. This is a perfectly perfect little summer sundress in brown and white gingham check with a matching little jacket from the very early 1950s. The dress is wiggle shape with a sweetheart neckline, no sleeves, side metal zipper and wonderful deep hip pockets embellished with soutache and diamantes. Thread loops for a belt but no belt. The jacket has short dolman cuffed sleeves, four matching fabric covered buttons, and more of that soutache and diamante trim round the collar. The front portion of the jacket's bodice is lined in solid brown but the back is unlined. There are little shoulder pads. Cotton, I believe and small-ish sized. Label reads: Gloria Swanson Original. Gosh, this is so cute!
$ 150.00Soft and cozy apple green mohair overcoat, circa 50s or 60s. Really neat stitching detail across the collarbone area in front. 3 large buttons made of, I believe, bakelite. The buttons are set with tiny sparkly green rhinestones. Two hip pockets. It is so soft and snuggly, you'll wish for cold weather just so you can wear this! Fully lined. There is no designer label, but there is a Union Made label. Medium to large sized I'd say.
$ 130.00 - Sold OutOh my goodness, that green! My camera didn't even do it justice, its the most glorious apple-ey/kelly green you can imagine. And that collar! Gorgeous satin opera coat from the 1950s. Its fully lined in a more pine green acetate/rayon. The sleeves are 3/4. It is an open front. This coat is a statement for sure, and you'll feel gorgeous in it. No label. Very easy fit, with an A Line, swingy shape, probably fits anything from a medium to an extra large.
$ 295.00So amazingly beautiful is this coat by Lilli Anne. 1950s or 60s, beautiful camel colored mohair, and the most divine small shawl collar with a tie at the neck just off center. There are two big fancy hooks at he collar that help it hold its shape when closed. Bless her, Lilli Anne thought of everything in a coat! Three large matching covered buttons, fully lined in the softest matching satin lining. Two hip pockets. The most divine detail across the back shoulders! It is so soft and snuggly, you'll wish for cold weather just so you can wear this! Two labels, one reads: Tisse A Paris Pour ("for" in French) Lilli Ann Paris, and the other reads: Lilli Ann San Francisco and Paris. Medium to large sized I'd say.
$ 20.00Cute little 1950s cropped jacket in nylon. Blue and black crosshatch pattern on white. Three pearlized blue buttons up the front, two ornamental only pocket flaps at each breast. Wide sleeves. Boxy shape. Was probably part of a separates outfit at one time. Would be super cute as a cropped top or a little topper layer over a skinny tank or Tee. Label reads: "Shelton Stroller 22 1/2". Large to smaller extra large I'd say.
$ 48.00Stunning color green 1960s silk suit. Covered buttons on the box shape jacket. 3/4 length sleeve, below the knee pencil skirt. There used to be a label, but its sadly gone. Both fully lined.
$ 62.00This is a magnificent short boxy shaped jacket from the 1960s in black curly wool. It is faux, not real curly lamb. Very clean rounded neckline. Fully lined in maroon acetate. Label reads: A Winter Product with a very cute penguin on it. Says its a small but I think a smaller medium would be fine as well.
$ 62.00Fantastic black swing coat from the 1960s, 1961 to be exact as it still retains all its original tags and one of them conveniently has the date on it which is faded but still barely legible. This is a black nubby material with cuffed sleeves and lined in an amazing white and black abstract floral pattern. Lining is rayon, exterior is a mix of cotton, acetate and rayon. There are side pockets and wider 3/4 sleeves. Label says serval things. One says empire Modes, which I believe is the designer. Anther says Korvettes, which I believe is the shop it was sold at. Then there are fabric contents and prices ( it cost $7.90 in 1961!and styles etc...The labels are as much fun as the coat itself. This is a lighter weight coat, more for fall, or spring, not the dead of winter if you live In a cold climate. Says its a small but I think a smaller medium would be fine as well.
$ 62.00This is a lovely short boxy shaped jacket from the 1960s in black velvet. Very clean rounded neckline. Fully lined in black acetate. Trimmed in black satin piping. Label reads: Glentex. Union Made. Label also says its a large but please do check the measurements given below as vintage sizes are different from modern sizes.
$ 129.00This is a magnificent full length opera coat from the 1960s in black cotton velvet. Very hip nehru style collar. Simple cleanlines with a slight swing shape. Fully lined in acetate. No label. Medium to large size I'd say.
$ 96.00Fantastic short opera coat from the 1960s in lush black velvet. Raised nehru style collar with a simple hook and eye closure at the neck. No other closures. Slight swing shape. Fully lined in quilted ivory satin. No label. Medium to large size I'd say.
$ 49.00Black and white gingham checked two piece suit from the 60s, possibly early 70s. Label reads: Bullocks Los Angeles. Union Made. Skirt is approx. knee length. Jacket has a double layer Peter Pan-ish collar, short sleeves, and five cream colored buttons, possibly bakelite. Suit is a cotton or cotton blend I believe. There are small hip pockets on both sides. Faux belt.
$ 88.00Wonderful camel colored suit from the 1960s. I believe it's mohair. Label reads: I.Magnin ECO. Jacket is a double-breasted boxy Jackie O style with 3/4 sleeves and two pockets at either hip. The skirt is pencil shape, perhaps with the slightest A line. Both jacket and skirt are fully lined in what appears to be a rayon or poly. This is a really extraordinary quality suit. Larger size too, probably an extra large.
$ 72.00Great matching dress and jacket, by Cay Artley, circa 1960s. Nylon, white polkadots on a navy blue background. Dress has short sleeves, zips up the front and has a matching tie belt. Jacket has 3/4 sleeves and faux pocket fronts. I'd say in the medium size range. Label reads: Cay Artley
$ 35.00Cute little 1960s longer bolero-ish jacket in what feels like a curly mohair/wool. No closure, interesting little notch at the collar and a really pretty shade of chartreuse. Two labels, one reads: Bullocks Los Angeles and the other Sakri Hand Fashioned Knitwear. I think this would probably do for a medium to large.
$ 42.00Houndstooth print rain jacket in green and brown against a white background. A pocket at either hip with decorative flaps and what appear to be bakelite buttons. Really interesting notched corner collar, check it out. Feels like a gabardine. Fully lined in a champagne acetate. Label Reads: The Puget Sounder, All Weather Coat by Item House Inc. Its washable.
$ 42.00Black And White Check 1960s knit suit from Kimberly. Originally it was a three piece, but we only have the skirt and jacket. Still has the original tags! Cute pockets on the box shape jacket. Not quite a full length sleeve, below the knee pencil skirt. Label reads: Kimberly 100% Pure Wool.
$ 30.00Cute little 1960s bolero jacket in lavender taffeta with a vaguely floral pattern. Cropped dolman sleeves, nehru collar, has one hook and eye closure at the neck. Body is lined in the same fabric, sleeves are not.
$ 60.00Super soft olive green suede coat made by Highlander from Robinson's California. Circa 160s, I suspect. has care label in the lining. Fully lined. Trimmed with forest green smooth leather in the lapel, piping at the pockets, and in the half belt detail at the back ( what are those things called, I wish I knew). Also matching darker green buttons. About a medium to large I'd say. Label reads; Robinsons of California.
$ 60.00Beautiful felted wool poncho, circa 1960s. There are two armholes, so it'll stay securely in position when wearing. Rope ties at collar, lovely sunflower embroidery in brown and marigold, and matching fringe at the bottom. So cheerful and warm, wonderful for grey days too add some color!
$ 35.00 - Sold OutLovely black Chinese Brocade jacket circa 1960s. Features a landscape and country living scene in the pattern. Very pretty. Lots of turquoises and red and purples. 3/4 sleeve. Pretty pointed collar. Fully lined in eggplant purple satin. Probably about a medium. Please see condition below.
$ 42.00Warm peach colored 1960s knit suit from Imagnin. Great bakelite buttons on the box shape jacket. Not quite a full length sleeve, below the knee pencil skirt. Comfortable and stylish. Label reads: Kimberly Imagnin & Co. This is a medium weight suit, feels to me like a wool/cotton blend?
$ 100.00Oh that blue! And that bow! Gorgeous cotton velvet opera coat circa 1960s. Its fully lined in dark lavender purple acetate/rayon. The sleeves are full length. There are four fabric covered buttons up the front and two hip pockets. And quite obviously a very large bow at the left shoulder! Which can also be untied and left to hang or retired in any number of fashions as it suits you, its not sewn into a bow, I just tied it that way. This coat is a statement for sure, and you'll feel gorgeous in it. Label says : Malco Modes, San Francisco. Very easy fit, with a slight A Line shape, probably fits anything from a medium to a large.
$ 78.00Wonderful purple tweed suit from the 1960s. Label reads: hand Woven Fabric, Island Weavers ( or possibly Gland Weavers, I'm not 100% sure because of the font used, but Island seems to make more sense), Victoria Canada. Jacket is a single breasted slightly boxy Jackie O style with above the wrist sleeves and a Peter Pan collar shape which is echoed in the pockets on the front. The skirt is a slim pencil style. Both jacket and skirt are fully lined in what appears to be a rayon or poly, the skirt in just a plain lavender and the jacket in that incredible floral print shown in the first photo. The skirt has an elastic waist. This is a really extraordinary quality suit. Larger size too!
$ 98.00Wonderful black and white tweed suit from the 1960s. Label reads: Sanderson's La Jolla. Sanderson's was a fine women's boutique and landmark in La Jolla, CA for decades. Jacket is a double-breasted boxy Jackie O style with 3/4 sleeves and a modified Peter Pan collar shape which is echoed in the bottom hem of the jacket front. The skirt is a very slight A Line. I believe this is a wool tweed. Both jacket and skirt are fully lined in what appears to be a rayon or poly. This is a really extraordinary quality suit. Larger size too!
$ 69.00Cheery bright red two piece 1960s outfit in barkcloth. Pencil skirt and boxy crop top with Peter Pan collar, double row of buttons up the front and very pretty lace trim at the bottom. Metal zipper on the back of the skirt, top is double breasted. Sleeveless top, below the knee pencil skirt. Label reads: Campus Casuals. Its in the small to medium range. Both fully lined.
$ 46.00Fun rain jacket in what feels like a water resistant cotton duck, or twill. Double breasted and a somewhat boxy shape. Like a peacoat. Has a vague nautical flare with white thread trim and buttons. Big hip pockets with decorative flaps, and an ornamental waist band at the back. Fully lined in a mauve acetate. Label Reads: Bonders. Its washable and gives full care instructions for retaining its weather resistant-ness.
$ 36.00Groovy vintage jacket circa 60s or 70s from Alex Coleman. Gabardine in dark blue. plastic and metal buttons up the front and on the pockets. Big hip pockets with decorative flaps. I love the big collar! Unlined. Label Reads: Alex Coleman.
$ 90.00Warm chocolate brown suede coat made by Romney. Circa 1970s, I suspect. Has care label. Fully lined. Belted at the waist with a tie belt, pockets at both sides, buttons up the front. Great rounded collar. Probably a small to medium.
$ 32.00Black stretch velvet blazer from the 1980s, possibly late 70s. Single breasted with two hip pocket flaps ( no actual pocket, just the flaps). Two buttons up the front. Wide-ish pointed lapel. The sleeves are uncuffed and have two buttons each. This is one of the those jackets that are great to toss over jeans and a cool white tank. Label says: Butte Knit. I'd say this is a medium size.
$ 110.00Warm black wool ( or wool blend maybe?) overcoat circa 1980s with faux curly shearling collar and cuffs. Double breasted, pointy lapel, big black buttons. No label ( which completely surprised me actually as it doesn't appear homemade). Fully Lined. Two hip pockets on the outside, no interior pockets. Wide padded shoulders. About a medium to large I'd say.
$ 289.00Stunning Victorian mourning shawl or cape. Just dripping in jet beading. Lace trim, high neck, pretty swooped hem trimmed in black lace. Hooks and eyes all down the front. It used to be lined in silk but most of that is gone now. No label. Pretty much one size fits most I'd say. I absolutely adore this and have been holding on to it for quite a while. Please see condition below. I will be shipping this with insurance and great care so shipping may be a few dollars more than my usual.
$ 36.00Pink quilted Oriental jacket. It is lined in the prettiest watercolor floral pattern lining in shades of blue and green and lavender, and it feels like there is a thin layer of batting in between. And look at those glorious sleeves! Its not technically reversible as the seams do show but I think I'd be tempted to wear it inside out anyway simply because of that lining. There is no label, and it ties up the front. I believe this is circa 1960s or 70s and probably a rayon or poly.
$ 56.00This is a gorgeous full length Oriental dress or long jacket in sage green satin brocade. Long narrow sleevs with small fabric covered buttons at the cuffs. Matching buttons at the left shoulder for ease in pulling over the head. Two slits at either side at the bottom hem. It is lined in what I believe is an ivory poly. Features beautiful patterns of bamboo leaves and braches and what look like cherry blossom branches as well, and an oriental symbol. Please forgive me for not knowing exactly which country this lovely dress or jacket is from. There is no label. I believe this is circa 1970s or 80s
$ 30.00Vivid turquoise blue Chinese jacket in rayon. 1980s. Long sleeves, toggle button closure, pockets at both hips. Label reads: "Silver Lake, Made in China. Medium sized.