That does sound like a lot of fun. Aside from going for the vintage look, you can probably find enough clothing there to mix, match and come up with a few fun new looks. Experimenting can be fun, though sometimes expect a few explosions during the test phases, ha ha ha...
Best Vintage Clothing - 2006
Readers' Choice: Buffalo Exchange, 3424 Greenville Ave.
Need to party like it's 1969? This boutique is stuffed to the rafters with wearable vintage clothes reflecting the height of youthful fashion from the Laugh-In era. Go-go boots, macram? belts, minidresses, floppy hats, dashikis, Nehru shirts, poly flares, mod sunglasses--this is where the wardrobe of the Woodstock generation waits to be recycled. Owners Debbie Cardenas and Leslie Daum cheerfully help customers navigate the crowded racks in their cozy shop and they might even unearth some special finds from the mysterious back room. Most items run in the under-$50 range (with vintage T-shirts going for as little as $6), and they make an effort not to stock only tiny sizes (thank you!). Accessorize your sock-it-to-me outfit with retro bracelets, hoop earrings and swingy bags. A fun place to shop? You bet your sweet bippy.