Bygone Beach Attire

When it comes to summer fashion, why let bygones be bygones? Heather Fields, owner of Bygones vintage shop located on East Ortega Street just behind the Greek Italian Deli, has spent years collecting relics that are simply too fabulous to let disappear into the past. She opened the shop last May, and this summer she’s displaying an array of vintage swimwear that dates from the 1940s through the ’70s, as well as one-of-a-kind sundresses and accessories. If scoring a glamour-girl, beach-ready piece that you know no one else will be wearing is what really floats your boat, Bygones has your number. 2 E. Ortega St., 965-1937.

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