Fav Find: Laura Vs. Aretha

Who: Laura, ModCloth-obsessed.

What: Handmade vintage 50s dress with the best spring print ever.

Where: Lost and Found Vintage in Metro Detroit

How Much: $40

When I Use It: I wear it often, but most notably to the Detroit NAACP Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner. It might have even shown up Aretha Franklin’s hat that night…

Shopping Tips: Make friends with the people who work at vintage stores. It’s easier to negotiate prices and they show you the new stuff that’s not on the floor yet!

Attention Blog Readers! – We know you guys are the most clever and stylish bunch on the web, and we’d love to feature you on future Favorite Find Posts! Please email us (favfinds@modcloth.com) a picture of you with one of your favorite shopping finds (a piece of furniture, a hard-to-find record, the perfect vintage boots, or any other treasure) and answer the questions: Who, What, Where, How Much, When I Use It, and Shopping Tips. We can’t wait to see the cool items you’ve discovered!

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2 Comments

  1. Carrigan 06/19/2009 at 5:40 pm #

    This dress is amazing! I know Laura in real life (yes, even real life David) and she is honestly one of the coolest, most genuine people on this planet. So I would say Team Laura! Suck it Aretha.

  2. Katie 06/22/2009 at 7:05 am #

    Fifty points for finding adorable vintage fashion in Detroit!

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