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Owl Talk, 21 years, & Post Modern Fashion

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Change happens every day in our lives, with people, places, and especially fashion today. Over the last twenty years that the shop “Owl Talk” has been in business, we have literally seen over a dozen retail / resale stores open and close their doors, our neighborhood transformed from empty store fronts, to full spaces, and fashion styles (trends) […]

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Owl Talk Clothing honored to be mentioned on Vouge.com!

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In business for twenty-one years, Owl Talk Clothing was recently mentioned on Vouge.com as one of the five favorite “Vintage Shopping Destinations” in Los Angeles, by Indie band singer Bethany Cosentino of “Best Coast”When the Resale / Vintage clothing store Owl Talk opened in 1994, the owners, Kathleen & Sharon Kroner, envisioned a place that […]

The owners of "Owl Talk Clothing" glam it up at the "20th Century Women's Club" Fashion show on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 showing support for their community of Eagle Rock

Owl Talk Clothing reads “The Diary May 1928”

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Hello Dear Readers…welcome to “The Diary 1928″, a real and complete handwritten journal by a lovely young seventeen year old  at the start of 1928, as she embarks on heading off to college up in Northern California. This real and actual diary was purchased at a Tag Sale several years back, and is a real […]

A Return To Retro / Dusters are Making a Comeback

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A trend that started over a hundred years ago, as travelers and cowboys ruled the vast and dusty miles of North America wearing long, lightweight vests or coats as  a protective layer over their everyday clothing. These protective “dusters” that they created, had to be long enough to cover their garments completely, sheltering them and […]

Owl Talk Clothing reads The Diary 1928 / Tuesday January 3rd & Wednesday January 4th 1928

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Hello Dear Readers…welcome to “The Diary 1928″, a real and complete handwritten journal by a lovely young seventeen year old at the start of 1928,

as she embarks on heading off to college up in Northern California. This real and actual diary was purchased at a Tag Sale several years back, and is a real

piece of Los Angeles history as the writer shares her experiences about dating, dances, locations, and heading off to college for the very first time. Enjoy!

* Note- surnames are not mentioned to protect the privacy of fellow readers, friends, family, and lovers and photos were found free on the internet.