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Many of you might not know that after college I worked for a small vintage boutique in West Chester, PA. I spent three years going through vintage clothing to assist in buying, pricing those clothes, and selling them both in store and online. I was one of two employees (my old business partner Emily was actually my colleague!). 
Since working at that vintage shop, my passion for vintage and thrifting has grown. And having the budget of a small business owner, often times thrifting is the best was to get the most for your money. So over the past 5 years it is safe to say I have spent a lot of time at Goodwill, Salvation Army and other local thrift stores. 
Since starting Tesoro 5 years ago I have always wanted to incorporate my love for vintage, and all the knowledge I gained from working at a vintage shop. Over the years I have also learned so much about leather and its qualities, both good and bad. 
Leather is extraordinarily hard to purchase if you don't have a great understanding of leather and quality. Often leather jackets dry out, or will become moldy if stored incorrectly. Not many people have the knowledge or ability to see these issues, but my time working with vintage clothing and with leather have given me an upper hand in being able to determine the quality of vintage leather goods.
With all of this being said, I will be introducing our first Vintage collection next week. Called "TesoroFOUND", this collection of vintage treasures will be reconditioned by me, and will include only the best items I have found over the past year. There will be slight signs of wear, which will be taken into consideration when pricing the products.