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Butler + Claypool Lookbook (Pictures)
6 amazing vintage outfits you can actually buy this Sunday By Sarah Zlotnick
Comments () | Published June 10, 2011

This Sunday, our favorite new local fashion collective, Butler + Claypool, hosts its second major pop-up shop (along with Pretty People Vintage, Uesa Goods, and Hugh & Crye) at Vitaminwater Uncapped Live, the temporary Brightest Young Things venue on the corner of 14th Street and Florida Avenue, Northwest (for the where and when details, see our weekend guide). Here are six hazy, wonderful shots from their Summer Lookbook, many featuring vintage clothing and handmade jewelry you'll be able to buy at the shop.

If you're still not convinced that this is a vintage experience you don't want to miss, check out our pictures from B+C's first pop-up shop at American Ice Co., and a boutique preview of Pretty People Vintage. Trust us—these gals know their vintage. We can virtually guarantee you're going to find something good.

Left: Vintage fedora, Butler + Claypool leather tassel earrings, vintage Southwestern-style maxi dress, and leather ankle boots. Right: Butler + Claypool tribal chain earrings and vintage floral maxi skirt. 

Left: Bob Mackie high-waisted tropical-print palazzo pants. Right: Vintage secretary bow blouse, vintage fuchsia mini, vintage leopard pumps.  Left: Butler + Claypool tassel earrings, vintage silk-crepe jumpsuit with lace openwork shoulders. Right: Butler + Claypool necklace, lace puff-sleeve blouse, Butler + Claypool rope belt, vintage chino boyfriend shorts.

Photographs by Ryan Kibler, styling by Holly Thomas and Krista Haywood. 

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