What starts as a hobby can sometimes become a career: Bill Gates programmed computers for fun in eighth grade, and Mark Cuban was always hitting the park for pick up games of attention whoring. Taking their amateur antiquarian love pro, the duo behind Seek Vintage.
From two friends who bailed on careers in HR & PR to fully indulge their love of vintage awesome, SV's a carefully curated shop packed with clothing, housewares and occasionally hidden curios (check the old medicine cabinets) that recall decades gone by much better than you can, due to your habit of checking old medicine cabinets. Mountains of guy-friendly wearableness include easy-priced tees ($6 and up) featuring icons from Guns 'N Roses to The Ghostbusters, loads o' plaid b-downs easily mistakable for pricey modern throwbacks, and bright '80s polos and shorts that look like something Jack Tripper would wear, so as to better show off his Regal Beagle. Your pad's covered with boatloads of barware (old-timey souvenir shot glasses, vintage cocktail sets & shakers), Don Johnson-worthy champagne buckets, first-gen digital alarm clocks, and even a garbage can shaped like a beer mug, though sadly you can't use it to throw away the trash said beer makes you bring home.
Cause vintage is at its best when it's miscellany, you'll even find a 1980s corkboard cutout of Yoda, an original board game edition of The Match Game, and even toolboxes, speaking of which, Mark, STOP DRINKING MILK THROUGH YOUR NOSE!!!