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Best Men’s Vintage

  • Olaf’s Men’s Vintage

    453 Court St., nr. 4th Pl., Carroll Gardens 347-457-5796

    Olive’s Very Vintage owner Jen McCulloch co-launched this skinny hallway of a shop in mid-December to cater to the neighborhood’s increasingly vintage-savvy opposite sex. She succeeded with what they call their store’s “gentleman farmer” look. To be clear, you won’t find seventies polyester or ironic eighties prints here. The racks primarily showcase stylish duds from the twenties through the sixties, with the $18 bin in the front occasionally turning up Brooks Brothers button-downs or slightly frayed blazers.

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From the 2011 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine

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