Friday, July 22, 2011

I Wanna be a Beatnik

king tut vintage cuff linksThese vintage 1960's-1970's King Tutankhamen copper cuff links are absolutely perfect for adorning a poet shirt. blueapplevintage is selling them here: If you're into bohemian style, be sure to browse through blueapplevintage's shop.

vintage silver pendant with turquoise stonesAdd some vintage bling to your wardrobe! DivineMsDot is selling this silver 1960's pendant here: Talk about ornate coolness! The turquoise ceramic stones are stunning. The center stone resembles an Egyptian Scarab Beetle, which adds to its appeal. Be sure to check out the rest of DivineMsDot's shop!

1960's vintage purple faux fur beretThis vivacious vintage 1960's purple faux beret is for sale here: Wear it to the next open mic event or out to a cafe, and you're sure to be a hit. See the listing for measurement details. The brand is Famous-Barr Co., St. Louis. See GetLuckyVintage's store for more vintage fashion.

vintage 1960's beatnik hippie metal frame sunglassesWhen going for a Beatnik look, don't forget a chic pair of sunglasses! RetroHommeVintage is selling a pair from the late 1960's here: For more items for stylish gents, browse the rest of Ryan Sporre's shop.

vintage black leather jacket and  black and cream wool boucle pencil skirt setnestdesignstudio is selling this edgy vintage black leather jacket and black and cream wool boucle pencil skirt set here: The jacket is a size M and the skirt's waist is 28." See the listing for more measurements and details. nestdesignstudio also has plenty of other vintage clothing and accessories for sale in her Etsy store.

1 comment:

  1. I love all the beatnik items especially the purple fuzzy beret. I can imagine someone wearing these things to a Happening then stumbling across Lawrence Ferlinghetti reading poems in his tighty whiteys on a soap box then bumping into Allen Ginsberg playing the harmonium in a melodic rampage! But they would also look super good in the new bohemian scenes too, beatnik is timeless and classic!
    Thanks for sharing my Egyptian Cuff Links!