Thursday, October 30, 2014

Men's Fragrance.... great info here!

General rule:  your fragrance should only be evident in close proximity.

General rule 2:  if you can purchase it at Walgreens or the local grocery store, it is NOT a good scent!

Monday, October 6, 2014

Not one but 2 winter white 1930's men's suits- coming to my eBay store on Wednesday!

I think I struck gold!

Having my own store and getting the word out that I am a men's only clothing dealer has paid off... big time!

Check these 2 suits out:  Both 1930's- one double breasted tone on tone wool, and one 3 piece gabardine.  Approximate sizes 38R and 36R.

*these are just the 'teaser' photos... final shots with any damage and full measurements to be listed on Wednesday to my eBay shop-------------->

Want a "Say Something" coat? HERE IT IS!


1930's Peek & Cloppenburg vintage men's coat!

SUPER heavy wool with faux fur attached liner and GENUINE Australian possum fur collar....

FLAWLESS condition!

NOW in my Etsy shop --------------------->

Thursday, September 11, 2014

"Ladies Days" at RFF.... one weekend only....


Something for the ladies.....

I am bringing in a few friends that specialize in women's vintage to set up on the patio to my shop and show their wares...

Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 13/14, 2014

12-5 both days!

Hope to see you there....

RSVP here:               Ladies Days at Richard's Fabulous Finds

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

See RFF at the American Vintage Market in Davenport, IA October 25/26

So excited to be participating in this NEW vintage market in the Quad Cities.

Taking place October 25 & 26 at the River Center, Davenport, IA..... this promises to be an amazing venture!

Danielle Colby from "American Pickers" is hostess and coordinator.

All information here:  American Vintage Market

Monday, September 1, 2014

A cool write up about me and my shop in The Windy City Times....

I was recently interviewed and featured in an article for the Windy City Times.  

Big thanks to my friend Kirk Williamson for the article.  

                   Full article here:   Windy City Times