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Classics vintage fashion: These designer pieces and labels are worthwhile as a long-term investment

23:00  14 september  2020
23:00  14 september  2020 Source:   harpersbazaar.de

Out in Oregon, this die-hard Cadillac fanatic lives amongst his herd

  Out in Oregon, this die-hard Cadillac fanatic lives amongst his herd Photo by Iron Trap GarageDan Morehouse grew up heavily steeped in his father’s obsession in Ford vehicles and parts, but Morehouse’s automotive fate drew him elsewhere—Cadillacs. What started in college with a couple of 1959 Cadillacs that he sold to buy a house turned into a whole lot more, despite his best efforts. “I found this ’59 Biarritz, and […] The post Out in Oregon, this die-hard Cadillac fanatic lives amongst his herd appeared first on Hagerty Media.

Vintage fashion always has a few trends repping it each season—whether it's ruffles, vintage Levis or classic overalls. We thought we'd seen the back Work them the right way this time, to avoid cringe-worthy moments later down the track. Pair vintage elements with modern accessories, and vice versa.

Designer labels are only worth it for basic pieces like a pair of great jeans, a leather jacket, or a basic pair of black and brown shoes. Otherwise, don't waste your money because trends change fast. If you have the money, go for it, but otherwise, stick to your designer basics and add to them with some

Contemporary motorcycle accessories as a risk .
© Markus Jahn / BMW AG / dpa-tmn No matter whether you like original oldie motorcycles (left) or current machines in retro style, you should not compromise on equipment and helmets. The old school look is in, especially on motorcycles. There is hardly a manufacturer who does not have at least one machine based on old optics with modern technology in its range. Other bikers in turn want a vintage model, i.e. a classic car.

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