Vintage Violet

March 10, 2008

Men’s speedos made from vintage t-shirts

Filed under: Best 'Get-UP' — by Bobbi Lee Hitchon @ 11:00 pm
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Some one found my site under the Google search, “bathing suits made from vintage t-shirts.” It sounded really interesting so I had to Google it myself and I’m really glad I did.

Philip Heckman is the creative genius behind these snazzy little things. Logos on the suits range from Madonna to D.A.R.E. to my personal favorite, Cher! They only cost $45 and can be purchased on LowTee.

While the suits are primarily for men, I think I might buy a bottom and match it with a plain top from J. Crew. They have really great simple bathing suits that can be bought separately and I love this idea!

For more information, read Boston Globe’s article on the item, “Goes well with green.”

Photograph courtesy of LowTee.

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4 Comments »

  1. Your site keeps popping up in my emails (google alerts) because of your name. Those bathers are actually quite cool. Nice blog you have here, I have actually been reading it since google keeps telling me about it.

    Comment by Bobbi-lee — March 10, 2008 @ 11:41 pm |Reply

  2. Not only the suits but now it is also easy to find the apparels with good quality and different fabulous colors that fits us.

    Comment by apparel — March 11, 2008 @ 7:13 am |Reply

  3. Where can you find other apparel with the same idea?

    Comment by Bobbi Lee Hitchon — March 11, 2008 @ 7:43 am |Reply

  4. […] Vintage Violet  shows us how to keep Cher with us at all times. […]

    Pingback by Heard and Seen this Week on the Internets « Threadtrend — March 14, 2008 @ 1:36 pm |Reply


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