Vintage Stores

Vintage Clothing Store

With the youth of yesterday and today getting older and spending more time and money in today’s economy, more retail shops in the future will need to change their format to cater to consumer needs of tomorrow. The generation of consumers is still very present however today more and more shoppers are ecologically observant on […]

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Vintage Boots

Wholesale Vintage Boots

Vintage Western and Cowboy boots are a great item for your vintage boutique or online vintage store. Cowboy Boots Each Boot has its own unique style and appeal. From the deserts of southern Arizona to the downtown night clubs in Texas each pair of western boots has left its mark. Already worn in for the […]

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LEE Mercantile: About the Label

Vintage Clothing Labels

Lee Mercantile Company was founded by Henry David Lee back in 1889, when Lee opened his first garment factory in Salina, Kansas, producing dungarees and jackets. In 1913, the Union-All work jumpsuit was created, followed by the first-ever “Overall” in 1920 – laying the foundation for Lee’s early growth. Also in 1920, the Buddy Lee […]

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Rockmount Ranch Wear: About the Label

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Jack Weil started Rockmount Ranch Wear in Denver, Colorado back in 1946. Over the years the company has established itself a leading role in Western Wear as they were the first company to put Snaps on men’s shirts as well as the first company to commercialy produce the Bolo Tie. To this day the company […]

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Wrangler: About the Label

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Wrangler was started with its roots in the Hudson Overalls Company of Greensboro, NC. Founded, in 1904, it was renamed Blue Bell in 1908. For years they manufactured work clothing for men, and during WWII, they manufactured clothing for military use. After the war, in an attempt to compete with the jeans makers Levi Strauss […]

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