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Top Shelf Flea 6

Head to the 6th Annual Top Shelf Flea Market in Somerville today from 12 to 5. This is one of may favorite shopping events of the year. Great gentleman’s wear at the Affordable Wardrobe booth. Address is George Dilboy VFW Post 529 371 Summer Street, Davis Square, Somerville, MA. See you all there!

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Jason McKenzie of Eggs & Wool (the guy with the sick bag) and Alexi of Horrible Old Man (the guy with the sick tie)

James Fox of 10engines getting his shoes shined

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Brian Buell of The Last Laugh looking good in a Bean Chamois

Top Shelf Flea Market

Met up with some great people today at the Top Shelf Flea Market. We chatted with James who was helping out at the Affordable Wardrobe shop where Ted found (with the help of Brian) a perfect cornflower blue L.L. Bean chamois shirt for $16. We also made away with an amazing children’s book, ‘The Owl and the Woodpecker’ by Brian Wildsmith, from Swamp Rabbit Books.

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Arrow Moccasin Company

I was shifting through some old editorials on Selectism and found a post on the Arrow Moccasin Company. Having always been a fan of the Quoddy’s Ring Boots, I’m now an even bigger fan of Arrow’s less hefty price tag. A true New England company, Arrow’s headquarters have been stationed in Hudson, MA for over 45 years and is still run by the original family. To see some great photos of the inside of their headquarters and of the materials used to make the moccasins, head over to An Affordable Wardrobe.

-guest post by EAJ

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Top Shelf Flea Market

Wonderful turn out at the Top Shelf Flea Market in Davis Square today. Tons of goods being snatched up by the second by crowds of eager vintage shoppers. I had my eye on a sick typewriter at An Affordable Wardrobe, but couldn’t bring myself to do it. My friends and I made out with some awesome robin egg blue crockery instead.

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