Steve Ruark, For The Baltimore Sun
May 24, 2013
Stacey Chambers, 31, was a great example of what you'd find inside Gogo's Retread Threads, her mobile vintage and gently used clothing boutique set up in an old school bus and open for business at the food truck gathering at Hampden's Castle at Keswick. "I'm an excellent collector and assembler," the Station North resident said, as she modeled a vintage Gap jean jacket over a dusty rose silk vintage blouse - and cool vintage spider brooch - and cuffed 1980's Ralph Lauren floral jeans and vintage raffia tote. Chambers found her tan vintage Mario De Gerard cowboy boots in her hometown of Reno, Nevada, which she wore with white ankle socks. "I'm really into cuffed ankle socks," she said. "That's kind of my signature look." Her unusual copper bracelet with brass and handmade glass drops was something else she picked up in Reno. It's a style that she calls "vintage preppy with a playful edge."