Vintage shops always have the best, edited selections of old clothes to save you the hassle of going to a thrift shop—and they charge you for this, too. You’re not going to score a $6 Brooks Brothers oxford-cloth button-down shirt that was Made in USA or the Detlef Schrempf Supersonics jersey you had as a kid for a price that allows you to eat a decent lunch. If you’re really dedicated to dressing like a distinct time period, then, by all means, shop at a vintage shop, but be aware to pay prices that denote these garments should be placed in the Smithsonian instead of in your wardrobe.