Sale on Select Vintage Items

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Dust Factory Vintage Clothing Wholesale is having a sale on select vintage items.

As the days get warmer in the northern hemisphere it is time to stock your store with seasonal items. For a limited time only the following vintage wholesale items are on sale:

– Blue Levis Jeans(Sizes 33-38 #1 and 2 Quality Mix)- $3 per pair(Min. 100 pairs)
– Dresses- $3 per pound
– Black Tuxedo Jackets(Sizes 38-44)- $6 per piece
– Hawaiian Shirts- $3 per piece
– NBA Jerseys- $5 per piece
– NFL Jerseys- $4 per piece
– Leather Bomber/Motorcycle Jackets Mix- $10 per piece

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    Free Employee Manual

    vintage clothing store employee manual
    Created by a team of lawyers as a template for small business retail shop owners who hire employees. Enjoy over 23 pages covering important topics like work behavior, health & safety and trade secrets. Don’t let your store be the victim to a out of control employee. Protect yourself and your other employees by creating a fun safe work environment.
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    h.i.s. Menswear Bold Vintage Advertising

    Vintage Advertising
    In the 1960’s and 70’s one brand left their mark in vintage advertising by introducing a bold new advertising style using a bold font and statement. This controversial and fashion-forward style of advertising changed the way companies would brand their products.

    From menswear to designer women’s handbags h.i.s. advertising campaigns paved the road with their Bold approach to what we would call today, Vintage Advertising.

    Back in 1923 in New York the company was founded as “Honesdale Manufacturing Co.” by Henry I. Siegel from Lublin, Poland. In 1956, as an homage to his father, Jesse Siegel established the H.I.S brand, whose logo is composed of Henry I. Siegel’s initials set in Franklin Gothic, one of the most popular typefaces of the era.


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    60's vintage advertisment


    Members Only

    members-only-adWith the opening of the new Dust Factory Membership Site, it has got us thinking about the exclusive Members Only brand from the 1980’s. Since the 80s, Members Only jackets have been some of the both loved and hated icons throughout the years. While some people opt to wear vintage Members Only jackets for their nostalgic value, others have been quick to ridicule the brand and the people who wear it. Just watch the movie Shallow Hal and see Gwyneth Paltrow ask Jason Alexander if he’s the last member of the club when she sees him wearing a Members Only Jacket.

    “When you put it on, something happens.” is the tagline that was so great that it got co-opted in the early 1990s and used by various condom makers.

    The ubiquitous jackets were first introduced in 1981. They were available in a wide array of color choices. Given it was the 80s, after all, color was to be embraced and enjoyed. Read more

    Membership Site is Now Open

    The Dust Factory Membership Site is now open for vintage industry workers to take part in an active online community.
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