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Yo Vintage's Latest Lookbook Cures Our Rainy-Day Blues!

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    On a recent weekend jaunt to Portland (read all about it here), we stumbled upon an impressive number of must-see retail spaces. So, ever since we left the PDX, we’ve been dreaming of those hip haunts, especially one in particular: the used-clothing wonderland of Yo Vintage.

    Seriously, we were so smitten with the store that we teamed up for an exclusive R29 Shops offering. Even so, we still couldn't get the charming, expertly curated boutique out of our heads. Luckily, we didn't have to, since Yo Vintage just released a selection of feminine, soft-colored images that not only gets us amped for spring frolics, but also has us fantasizing about a desert-bound road trip. Hey, we know Portland isn't the Bay, but this was too good to keep to ourselves. “The lookbook was inspired by the soft, romantic textures and color palette of the clothing,” says owner Sarah Radcliffe. “It lent itself perfectly alongside the Arizona desert and architecture in a warrior, strong women kind of vibe.” If you’re looking to lift your spirits on this dreary day, this is your ticket. Dig in!

    Photo: Courtesy Of Yo Vintage

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