The Boo York City vintage clothing shop is now live, bringing you a carefully curated selection of beautiful vintage clothes for women and men, from the 1920s to the 1970s.
For ladies, we have the show-stopping designer dresses to transform you into a sultry Golden Age of Hollywood-style siren or a bombshell like Joan Holloway from Mad Men. Wiggle dresses, Twiggy A-line frocks, figure-hugging cocktail numbers or magnificent ballgowns, we’ve everything you need to help you turn heads.
Men can choose from dapper waistcoats, for that Boardwalk Empire look, or how about channelling Steve McQueen in an original 60s leather jacket? We also stock neat velvet-collared Beatles jackets, stylish 1940s cufflinks and military attire.
Boo York City shop – which has been honoured with five-star reviews from customers – is particularly popular with those looking for a one-of-a-kind outfit for a wedding or prom to make them stand out from the crowd.
To top off your stylish ensemble, Lilly Lewis Millinery is offering 10% off its vintage-style hats to those who purchase an item from Boo York City shop, and our friends at Kiku Boutique are also offering 10% off their eye-popping retro-style corsets and lingerie. Just request a code for Lilly Lewis and/or Kiku Boutique at time of purchase.
As well as clothes, we have a large collection of rare vintage sheet music from the early 1900s onwards and sought-after historic magazines, which are ideal for framing or for artists to use as elements for collage.
We often list mid-century retro collectibles, antiques, jewellery, original art, and ephemera too, so keep your eyes peeled for stock updates on our Facebook and Twitter feeds. If there’s something specific you’d like us to source for you, just drop us a line.
With prices starting at just $6, it’s a store where everyone can afford to shop, so why not treat yourself to that vintage look you’ve always lusted after, or present a friend with a unique gift they’ll always cherish?
The Boo York City shop is crammed with goodies in every colour of the rainbow, so visit now for a wander through our virtual aisles.
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