What You'll Get
Vintage clothing lets you try on a piece of history without digging up George Washington and trying on his dusty skin. Get a timeless look with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of New and Vintage Clothing and Accessories
Guests browse a carefully curated collection of vintage and vintage-inspired apparel, rescuing items such as a sleeveless, black-and-white polka dot dress ($64) or an Ahoy Adelyn blouse with a red-striped, Navy-inspired collar ($36). The boutique also showcases natural bath and body products, shoes, purses, and handmade jewelry and accessories such as Rosie the Riveter–style "Glamdanas" ($16) or a teal belt with a copper-edged bow ($18).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 5, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. In-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Rachel Roberts took a leap of faith when she moved from Memphis to New Orleans to open RagDoll, a boutique-clothing store that pays homage to the 40s, 50s, and other iconic decades of American fashion. According to an article on NolaDefender.com, Roberts was inspired by how much the people of New Orleans love their city, along with their enduring appreciation of the past. To pay homage to that tradition, she turned her second-floor French Quarter location into a charming space with mint green walls, original artwork, decor dating back to the 50's, a jukebox, and an original Andy Warhol Elvis Presley. An old-timey porch offers shoppers a place to chat or model new finds for passersby.
And her clothes—which Fodor's called both "chic" and "affordable"—are no less eye-catching. She specializes in procuring vintage women's dresses and separates, and showcases Volker Wandering dresses made with vintage patterns and fabric. Roberts nods to contemporary designers by including boutique brands from England and Canada, and displaying a variety of handmade accessories and home decor. She’s also on hand to help guests channel their inner Audrey Hepburn with a black satin Estelle dress, or their inner Audubon Society member with an owl-baubled bobby pin that she made herself.