Remember the dapper gentlemen taking your tickets at the door for the our 2016 Jazz Age Jam at Roofers Union? The coupons you received upon entry can help you maintain a tailored look throughout the year. Don’t forget to take advantage of the opportunity. Brown & Williams and Blank Label want to remind you of their offer. Read below!
What a fantastic showing on Sunday for the 2016 Tweed Ride! Brown & Williams Clothiers is happy to help DC’s most Dapper Riders support their Vintage Addiction with the finest in British Vintage Menswear imported from England. Take 25% OFF all items on our main site with the code: TWEED25 (offer good through 11/14/16).
Sunday will be sunny and mild with plenty of breeze to justify a light tweed jacket or cape!
Abundant Sunshine and pleasant temperatures are in store for us this Saturday! We’re looking forward to a wonderful spring day. If you haven’t yet registered for the ride, be sure to do it before Friday afternoon so you can receive details on where the ride will begin and where the picnic takes place.
Still scrambling to find the perfect outfit for this year’s Tweed Ride? Missing that one accessory to make your look perfect? Let the experts at Vintage Vagabond Wardrobe House hook you up. Tomorrow, they’re hosting a tweed affair tailored to meet all your Tweed Ride needs. 20% off men and women styles. 3 great collectors in one space. Whiskey spritzers. And a chance to win two tickets to the Jazz-Age Jam at Roofers Union. Get it! I’ll be there!
1. You keep saying you will thin out your vintage clothing collection. It gets larger every month.
2. You can’t simply pass by a vintage shop because the owner knows you. He or she probably bought something recently at an estate sale with you in mind.
3. One look at the zipper, lining, claps or buttons and you know what year it was made.
4. You cried when you walked by Dr. K’s shop on U street and the sign was GONE. And just like that, you have no other reason to be on U Street on a Friday night.
5. Even YOU know you have too many old bikes. What other people say never matters.
6. You got to DC Flea as early as possible when it was here so people would not buy what was meant for you, and only you. You wished more people bought stuff at DC Flea so that it didn’t have to die. You’re thinking of a petition aren’t you?
7. You can’t show up on Sunday wearing the same look you rocked at last year’s tweed ride. You might just have to head to one of these shops on Saturday after brunch: