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Heritage Obsessed? The Vintage Lookbook You Need To See

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    We've never spent much time in New England, but if Vampire Weekend lyrics, the musings of Mr. Autumn Man, and this legit-stunning lookbook by online vintage shop Mayflower Supply Co. are any indication, fall in the northeastern U.S. is pretty sweet.

    Launched this week by Massachusetts-born, Brooklyn-based Liz Hull, Mayflower Supply features a seriously choice selection of vintage pieces that are easy to mix into a modern wardrobe. (Of course, if you wanna go for the full-on '60s Take Ivy look, we won't object.) The debut collection is filled with expertly curated heritage basics, and the kind of autumn-in-New England classics that demand to be worn while Sunday-driving, apple-picking, or other delightfully preppy pursuits. Trust us: If chunky-knit boyfriend sweaters, wooly schoolgirl kilts, and plaid baby-doll dresses get your heart racing, Mayflower Supply is your new mecca.

    Click through to see the lookbook, styled and modeled by Emily Theobald and featuring the breathtaking photography of Courtney Brooke Hall — and shop the continuously updated vintage goods here. There is so much tweedy, wooly, sun-dappled goodness here — we might need a Pumpkin Spice Latte for this.

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