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Stock Vintage Mens Clothing Vintage East Village

For the modern gent who appreciates vintage boots, jackets, denim, flannel shirts, bags, belts, hats and much more, we have found a phenomenal shop. On our journey across 13th Street, we were thrilled to uncover this truly vintage collection of menswear.

Melissa Howard is the proprietor, and she has made a fantastic effort to carefully curate each bit of space. Our conversation with her convinced us that she is an expert in her field, and there is no doubt that she recognizes her store is a rare find. Stock's clothing, which is fittingly housed in a building that dates back to the 1800s, consists of pieces from the same period through the 1950s.

This is certainly a go-to for those in the market for something salvaged and special, handed down from the working class men of last century. Melissa has been in the vintage clothing business since a young age and was inspired by her mom, who runs an antique store in Michigan.

Melissa has recently expanded her collection to include women’s and children’s clothing as well, carrying a wonderful array of shirts and jackets. She told us that she is looking forward to designing her own line of vintage-inspired clothing with a great team of people and selling them to her customers, who are sprinkled all over the world.

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