The warehouse is only open to stylists or specifically to pull for Warner Bros TV shows and movies. I cannot begin to fathom the size, organization, and sheer overwhelming feeling of this place! Oh heart be still!
Here I am with an arm-full of hats. It was hard to pick just a few.
Clothing racks are stacked high, one atop of another. You have to reach items by climbing on these tall step ladders. Luckily I'm not scared of heights. Even if I were I'd still climb it just to get to the pretty merchandise! That's how dedicated I am!
I immediately fell in totally lust for these beautiful 1960's baby blue heels. Good god have your ever seen a prettier shoe in your life?!
And look at that! They're just my size! I hate to see a good shoe just sitting on a huge rack with countless others. rats.
18th Century shoes
Just a teeny, tiny, ittle, wittle portion of the "1960s" shoe section. My heart skipped a beat and I drooled a little when I came across the shoe aisles.
Rows of vintage and reproduced mens suits from 1800-1900's. I would have loved to have dug through these. I love Victorian men's fashion.
And lets not get started on the hats! This is only about 1/4 of the 1960's hat collection. Stacked yards high, all sorted by color. Stunning!
Hats! Must have more hats!
The "1960s" women's clothing aisle. What my closet will look like one day.
And the most peculiar thing I found, a little Edwardian Tux made for a monkey to wear. Little monkey top hat included!
This was the BEST field trip I have ever been on!