Several years ago I posted a “gown series” with images photographed in a mid-century modern furniture store.  It was the perfect backdrop for vintage style. In the spirit of this tradition, the photos for today’s post were taken in the Antique Annex HERE, a vintage wonderland located on South Broadway and Iowa in Denver, Colorado.

There’s an outfit for every occasion, and the Annex deserved a vintage ensemble, which I “shopped” for amidst my collections. The fringe trimmed dress was discovered in a NYC vintage shop that no longer exists and the feather turban and rhinestone jewels were discovered at estate sales.  The long black velvet gloves with rhinestone trim were “confiscated” from my hat shop in the 80s.

The eclectic, charming energy of the Antique Annex is all in part to its six Coopers, all of whom embrace their own unique, creative, and artistic abilities, making it a vintage sanctuary for everyone’s own distinct style. You will find beautiful furniture, home accessories, lovely jewelry, and uncommon objects from all over the world in every nook and cranny.

This multifaceted team of vintage artists is made up of Jack and Jon, who have been in the business for 75 years, following the legacy of Jack’s parents who were antique dealers. Their unique style consists of a varied selection of items ranging from the traditional, the mod, and the utterly unusual. Gwen has been in the business since the 90s, fully embracing traditional and conventional styles, as does Jennie, who began collecting decades ago.

Larry specializes in retro and unusual items, a passion he embraces as he journeys into his mid-40s. Jennifer began collecting 8 years ago, but has always had a passion for mid-century furniture and atypical items, treasures that can’t be found anywhere else. These six have an ever evolving sense of what’s relevant, combining the wonders of the past with the applicability of the present. There is something for everyone at the Antique Annex!

In the 1990s I was a vendor in an antique market, also on South Broadway in Denver. I sold vintage clothing and accessories, specializing in hats.  The Antique Annex brought back fond memories of a very special piece of my history. Wandering amidst its treasures dressed in fringe and feathers was a trip down a well-traveled lane of my past.

Photos By Wren Duggan

Linking up with Catherine’s #iwillwearwhatilike HERE at Not Dressed As Lamb and Cherie’s Shoe and Tell Fashion Link Up HERE at Style Nudge.

17 Responses to “The Antique Annex On South Broadway”

  1. Kathy

    Oh, I love it! You look gorgeous.

  2. Eva Kornby

    Judith, you are a joy forever! I am thankful for every new posting.
    Here in the bleak and snowy Swedish forest where I live we dress for warmth and your elegant outfits are a dream. But I enjoy and admire what you do. So thank you! Eva

  3. Eleni

    Absolutely love the black hat ! In 1957 I had the ‘same’ hat made up of bright yellow feathers. I wore it to a wedding and at 18 years old I thought I was absolutely fabulous. I know you do too. Wonderful Blog.

  4. Merle Weismer

    Very elegant and Audrey Hepburn-ish!

  5. Anonymous

    Stunning!

  6. Carol Sarchet

    Very cool! I love vintage clothes and hats. Used to wear them a lot. Fabulous photos!

  7. Suzanne

    What a glorious photo essay! A perfect venue for this amazing outfit too.

    Beautiful!

    Suzanne

  8. LA Contessa

    I did not know you sold in an antique collective!
    THAT HAT is something!!!!!!!
    Love how you get around TOWN to do the SHOOTS!!!!!!!
    My inventory is LOW now I must think of something to DO!
    My MOTHER PASSED FRIDAY NIGHT………..I think you saw that on IG.
    I have passed the PHOTOGRAPHER EXTORDINAIRE’s book on to the manger of her facility.AFTER I HIGH-LIGHTED AREAS that pertained to my experiences there.
    I have written a BLOG POST about her last days…………..he might be interested!
    XX

  9. Donna

    Always a ‘kick’ to follow your adventures! What fun.

  10. Jill James

    Judith, you look stunning attired in your vintage treasures . Wonderful photos among the antiques and collectables, so good to see places such as this exist , they are disappearing here . I can only imagine the glorious stock you would have sold.

  11. That's Not My Age

    Judith, you look like a movie star.

  12. Anonymous

    Wow, you look amazing Judith! That feather turban is spectacular!

    Emma xxx
    http://www.style-splash.com

  13. PInkCheetahVintage

    I just did a look with gloves!!!! Love this! So sexy with the feathers and fringe dress!

  14. Anonymous

    If there was a remake of an older Breakfast At Tiffany’s, this would be it.

  15. Geneva White

    Dear Judith;

    You look fabulous as always; Antiques are valuable and sought out treasures. Because we are both the same age, I hope I age as well as you!

    Happy Holidays! I do so enjoy viewing your weekly posts

    Geneva

  16. Anna Parkes

    Another glorious ensemble from you Judith in the most perfect of setting. You’re the ultimate chameleon with your ever changing style and so inspiring with it. Thanks for sharing.

    Anna x

  17. Shelley

    You are the chic-est of the CHIC in that marvelous fringed dress (I loved the video of it in motion on your IG) and feathered turban. Wonderful choice of location for a photo shoot, as the outfit deserves a beautiful backdrop. The Antique Annex looks like a great place to spend several hours.

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