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Better Now, Best With Age: Vintage Shoe Company

By Dynelle Skinner @shoeography
Better Now, Best With Age: Vintage Shoe CompanyBetter Now, Best With Age: Vintage Shoe CompanyBetter Now, Best With Age: Vintage Shoe Company
Vintage Shoe Company
So every Sunday at Fairfax and Melrose in West Hollywood there's a flea market in the high school parking lot.  It's mostly vintage and the hunt to find clothing items that aren't picked over to shreds is truly a hunt.  I noticed some vendors had some fairly decent shoe selections that had a cool worn-in and faded look to them.  However, the insides had that same look which led me to wonder what lay beneath where my eyes can't see that may cause repeated trips to the podiatrist.  This is why labels like the Vintage Shoe Company appeal to my inner vintage hunter.  Their treatments give you the broken-in look on a shoe with all the hand-craftsmanship and classic appeal of a company that has been around since 1883.  Starting from that vantage point, these shoes can only get better with time.  See more at VintageShoeCompany.com.

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