New bags in the shop! Click image for listing or here for all available Coach :)
The following vintage Coach bags have been washed, shaped, conditioned and are ready to find new homes! Click image for listing :)
Two new bags listed in the shop today:
This vintage Coach Crescent Bag is actually quite rare – It was only made for a short period of time during the early 1980s and was manufactured in the original New York City Coach factory. I am totally envious of the beautiful rich cognac color that emerged after a few applications of leather conditioner …
I’m not usually one for satchels (I like to be hands-free while carrying my bag) … but I may just have to keep this Large Madison Satchel if it doesn’t find a home – A great size for daily wear and can easily be dressed up or down. I think it was originally black, but has since faded to the most wonderful charcoal blue-grey over the years. Also made in NYC!
So I’m not really sure what happened, but I purchased 2 vintage Coach bags (in brown and black) to match dresses for upcoming wedding events … now (only a few weeks later) I’ve decided to start selling rehabbed bags in my Etsy shop!
I have never been one to have a ton of handbags – I find 1 or 2 that work for me and I carry them for years. However, I have fallen in love with the thick/supple leather, classic style and incredible build quality of vintage Coach. Breathing new life into these old, dry and forgotten bags is so addictive and fun!
Two of my bags have already found new, loving homes but there are still a few available and definitely more to come!
Here are some before (top) and after (bottom) photos of a few of my favorites:
Click here to pick out one for yourself!
No, not the mullet.
I’m talking about my favorite car of all time: the El Camino.
I fell in love with them when I was a kid and I even have a few Matchbox-sized versions around our apartment. Recently, I found a few old brochures for the “Elky” that are really kind of awesome – Take a look:
God I love the bench seats, and can we please address the matching paint and interior going on in this last photo? Want.
Do you have a dream car?
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