How To… and How Not To Wear Boots

how to wear motorcycle bootsOk it is that time of year again, or that time when fashion completes a cycle and boots are back in style. Well the truth of the matter is that they have been back in style for a while, and now not only are hipster little girls rocking the motorcycle boots and the Doc Martins over their skinny jeans or leggings, but their Prada tote bag carrying mothers are rocking the western boots and fashion boots as well. With so many different types of boots and different styles to wear them with the questions has to be raised, “Is there a wrong way to wear boots?” Well the answer to this questions lies in the mind of the beholder, the simple answer is… perhaps? However the correct answer will depend upon what perspective you take towards the question. One could just as easily as asked, “Is there a right way to wear boots,” or “how do you wear motorcycle boots with an outfit,” taking this into consideration, if there is a right way to wear boots, or directions on how to wear boots, then the obvious answer is, yes, there is wrong way to wear to boots.
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The correct way, or another way to put that would be to say, one way to wear boots is to make sure the pants or leggings that you are wearing are tight fitting so that you can tuck them into the boot. Let’s face it, we are not trying to look like June Carter Cash or a Cowgirl right off of the rodeo circuit, we are not going to wear these boots with boot-cut jeans and a large belt buckle, these are to be worn with something tight and dare I say a little revealing. Up top you can wear a over sized shirt to cover up your ASS-ets if need be, or tight little blouse to let is all show. The wrong way to do this would be to wear your pants over the boot, or wear something to revealing that does not work with your body.
If you think that skinny jeans are for toddler teenie-boppers and those  leggings are just to 1990, then try wearing your boots with a fashionable skirt or mini dress.

Vintage Track Jackets

Vintage track and Field Jackets

Vintage Track Jackets

Blood, sweat, and tears is key for any good work out and the ingredients that create a perfect fitting Vintage Track Jacket. This collection comes to you from high school locker rooms of small town, Ohio to the streets of downtown, New York. Cotton, polyester, and acrylic blends make up this group of sporty and fashionable outerwear. The combination of familiarity and comfort with unique style creates a look that everyone can make their own.

VINTAGE TRACK & FIELD JACKETS

Item # 309
Fabric: Polyester, Cotton, Rayon
Eras: 70’s – 90’s
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Vintage Collar T-shirt

Vintage Colar T-shirts

Vintage Three Button Polo

Take a t-shirt to the next level with this 3 button tennis and golf style collar tee. Used by tennis players and golfers alike, the three button collar tee is a timeless American tradition. Mixes include Izod, Lacoste, Polo, Le tigre, and other classic vintage styles and designs for the 80’s & 90’s.

VINTAGE POLO SHIRT MIX

Item # 104
Fabric: Poly/cotton
Eras: 80’s – 90’s
Grades: Branded & Mix Available

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Vintage Sweatshirts

Vintage Sweatshirts

#102 Vintage Sweatshirts

The vintage sweatshirts have lived through years of college football games, camps, rallies and more. They became poplar in the 60’s as traditional athletic wear at the time. In the 1970’s athletic companies like Nike and Adidas began marketing them to the average consumer. The vintage sweatshirt comes as a hoody pullover, a regular pullover, with and without the traditional zipper and more. Some of them are plain classics while others are from universities and novelty style destination.

VINTAGE SWEATSHIRT

Item # 102
Fabric: Poly/cotton
Eras: 70’s – 90’s
Grades: University, Destination, Branded Sport & Branded Street wear
Styles: Men & Women Sizing Available | Hooded and Crew Neck

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Vintage Nylon Baseball Jackets

Vintage Wholesale Clothing Jackets

Dust Factory Vintage Wholesale Clothing Vintage 1980’s Nylon Sports jackets

“Beat Street is the King of the beat, start rocking those feet from across the street…” Do you remember when break dancing first came out in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s? Along with this new style of dancing came a new style of fashion that followed close behind. The nylon baseball jacket was no longer just worn at little league baseball practice or high school games but as a fashion icon representing a street culture. Brands like Adidas and Puma became to gain recognition outside of the sport culture and became fashionable pieces for Hip-Hop artists and Rock Bands that began to change the way we viewed fashion.

Vintage Nylon Baseball jackets

Sample Mix of Dust Factory 308B Nylon Sports Jackets

 

 

The Dust Factory Collection of Nylon Sport Jackets is a collection of vintage 1980’s Nylon Jackets. The collection consists of sports teams, vintage recreation sports and more.

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