We have a full spread of fall goods sprinkling into the shop the next few weeks.  We’re really feeling these 60s and 70s warm tones and textures – timeless for the season. Wide leg cord trousers, linen paisley button down, faux fur lined and trimmed tapestry parka, and a 40s wool nurse cape are a few of our favourite pieces. So many pieces to layer up to keep you toasty and stylish in the brisk air. Happy Fall!





We’re bringing a ton of southwest inspired pieces to the Regina Folk Fest this weekend. Leather – suede – denim – jackets – tooled belts – purses – boots – western shirts – bolo ties – jewelry – perfect pieces to transition from that hot summer heat to the brisk fall weather. And as always we’ll have stacks and stacks of vinyl $10 and under. Booth schedule below. See you there!

REGINA FOLK FEST 2017 – August 11-13
City Square Plaza – find us on the south east side
Friday 4 – 10
Saturday 12- 10
Sunday 12- 9

Photography: Reel Cardinal aka Justin Chomyn
Model: Autumn Kroeskamp
Styling: Jenny Pottruff
MUA: Allishia Marie Artistry
Wardrobe: T+A Vinyl and Fashion


This collection is dear to our hearts. All pieces featured have been hand selected from the home of Cal + Tina Pope. This couple revelled in the easy days spent with friends and family. Their home was a retro dream designed to entertain, including a custom bar in the basement complete with a retractable ping pong table from the ceiling! Cal + Tina’s style reflects pure fun – a reminder that summer is for colour and feeling good. May their legacy live on in the spirit of their clothing. Watch the Electric Summer vid by Reel Cardinal a.k.a. Justin Chomyn below.

Justin Chomyn, Reel Cardinal

Amy Weisgarber
Jenny Potruff


Kristina Blake Hallwas
Jules Novak
Isabella Wishlow




Kat Olson
Sydney Walter
Harv Basi
Ariel Feindel
Debbie Hill
Braydon Jordheim
Sam Miller
Martha Ziffle
Vincent Ziffle

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February is the month of romance. Whether you have a hot date or lounging around at home with a glass of wine, that perfect piece of lingerie will make you feel bad and bougie. If you prefer a soft sixties silhouette or a dangerous eighties high cut look, a vintage piece can feel so much more satisfying. Peek our beautiful collection released today at the shop!
















Models : Kat Olson + Kayla Allen @cailaallan
Styling: Kat Olson @peaacchh
Photography: Ariel Feindel @arielfeindelmakeup
Makeup: Ariel Feindel
Wardrobe: T+A Vinyl and Fashion

Hats helping Regina folks in need

In a closet in an apartment in downtown Regina, under a banana box filled with 80’s neon hats advertising hockey summer camps, next to a collection of ten or more SaskWater corduroy classics, on top of the pompom short beaked Union snapback, is a post-it note with the phone number of a man named Larry from Radville. Larry donated his collection of mint condition caps, amassed over twenty or thirty years, to Carmichael Outreach, one of the first hat collections that inspired The Hat Farm.

Since then, in the last year and a half, The Hat Farm has sold well over 300 hats to places all over Canada. For over six months of this time, The Hat Farm has been lucky enough to sell vintage hats and clothing at T+A Vinyl and Fashion. The money raised allows Housing Workers at Carmichael Outreach in Regina to be more effective and not be bound by budgetary restraints or grant reports, and more effectively help people deal with emergency. Since April, T+A has sold 75 Hat Farm items which has raised almost $1200 for the year; we’re looking forward to another successful partnership in 2017.

This Manitoba Pool hat was sold for $30 and paid for a brand new hot-plate for someone’s bachelor apartment that was not furnished with a stove.
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The proceeds from this blue striped hat went towards helping an individual access emergency shelter for one night.
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This Horizon Hurricanes checkered snapback covered the cost for DVD player cables so a new tenant could be comfortable to stay home and watch movies in their first home in a decade.
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This set of two matching Sask Wheat Pool mugs (one set still available for sale!) helped pay for the cost of television for a week of an extended hospital stay.
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In the Spring, Hat Farm got to take four friends to the the First Nations University of Canada PowWow, several people who hadn’t been to a Powwow in years. In May, $300 was prepaid to Come Clean Laundromat to allow the Carmichael Housing Team access to cheap, accessible, and convenient laundry services while supporting another local non-profit, The Diaper Bank.

Check out events and programs happening at Carmichael Outreach and participate in the events in your community! For further reading, check out the Carmichael Free Press.

Thanks to Tim, Amy, and the staff at T+A for their help and support, and the staff at Carmichael Outreach for holding on to donations of old hats for weeks at a time.

Nic Olson, Carmichael Outreach Volunteer and director of The Hat Farm

Hat Farm Facebook
Hat Farm Instagram
Carmichael Outreach


Getting weird in your old school parking lot in neon night suits. Summers are for causing trouble and looking fresh. Find all of these pieces and so much more this weekend at the Regina Folk Fest!











Models: Sydney Walter + Ageless ; photos/styling: Amy + Tim Weisgarber