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Stacey from Go Go's Retread Threads thinks it's awesome when someone finds something cool on her bus. Or so she wrote on her dry-erase board, which she then took a picture of for her web site, which is as quirky as her mobile vintage/used clothing/accessories store, which is actually a psychedelic school bus named Elsa, after Elsa Lanchester in her role as Mary Shelley/the Monster's Bride in 1935's Bride of Frankenstein. Elsa is downright packed with boots, jackets, vests, dresses, skirts, tops, jewelry, and enough charm to fill that really cute bag you found in the corner. And she's got a good case of wanderlust: You can find her at the Hamilton Lauraville Farmer's Market on Tuesdays, the Towson Farmer's Market on Thursdays, the Charles Street Farmer's Market on Fridays, and the JFX Farmer's Market on Sundays, and also at all sorts of city events and locales, like the Charles Street Food Festival, where we first found her (and Stacey) this summer. We bought a gorgeous old bracelet for our dear mum for Mother's Day, and we knew just then that we'd see Go Go's again, and so should you.

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