The saying goes that everything old is new again, except for Wilford Brimley, who you never see hawking discount medicines for juvenile diabeetus. Selling you stuff so sweet you’ll need those meds yourself: Hoof & Antler
H&A’s a Philly-based e-shop stocking a vast selection of vintage clothes, gadgets, and home gear, run by a couple fueled by their obsession with “flea marketing, antiquing, and thrifting”, but unfortunately, they won't sell you back your old Oscar VHS tape. What’s in the collection
They’ve got some dude-cessories (including most-definitely-from-the-'80s ties and some well-kept fedoras), and’re strong in the way of shirts, with choice flannel and western pieces in all sizes, including a brown poly/cotton jawn with pearl snaps and ridiculously wide collars made by a brand called Rappers, clearly one of the earliest proponents of "snitches get stitches"
Their stock of old electricals offers gems like an Art Deco table fan with
children's-finger-mangling sparse grilles; a pair of massive ‘70s-era chocolate milk-colored headphones in their original box; and a series of classic cameras ranging from a mid-‘60s black & silver Instamatic 300 to a '70s chrome 8mm job that kinda looks like Q*bert, a look so hot your friends'll be like "@!#?@!?"
Slyly distract from your futon with early-20thC cork-stopped apothecary jars, well-weathered fruit crates from old wineries that’ll happily hold a vinyl collection, tons of old pull-down school maps, and a black leather & brass doctor’s bag, letting you finally clutch an old man’s sack without losing that cush morgue job
Because this is a goddamn vintage shop, of course there’s a healthy stock of ironic tees, including promo jobs for a certain wine that’s nice over ice (Riunite!) plus one for the Spend A Buck Lounge, where Mr. Brimley's totally hanging out now that he's saved so much on his medicines.