Blast Off !!! Vintage is a true vintage clothing store in SE Salem.
But vintage clothing is far from all that they sell. Located on Commercial St south of downtown, the shop is run by friendly true vintage experts Katie and Pete. Do clothing and accessories, vintage skateboards, vinyl records, stereo equipment, and music shows go together? Yes they do!
First there are the racks of clothes.
No odor, curated by the owners who’ve been in the business for many years, and offer a wide variety of items. We saw packed racks of clothing all in great shape. A “Jackie Dress”, a “super 70’s” hooded full length coat, 1980’s looking pieces. There are shoes, men’s vintage clothing, jewelry, and accessories, like purses and hats, too. The owners’ knowledge about their inventory, style periods, and the history of sizing was impressive.
Then there were the throwback skateboards.
A rack of skateboards. All in good shape. Long boards, and others. We got the impression that they will service them to your needs, as well. We saw a case with trucks for them and other parts, too.
Like vintage vinyl LPs and stereo equipment?
They have neatly organized bins in a variety of titles for you to thumb through, and vintage stereo equipment, too. The owners are constantly bringing in more. They check them for quality and operation, naturally. If you don’t see what you need ask them. They often have others that they can bring in for you to check out
Blast Off !!! also produces music shows and sells tickets to them right in the shop.
You’ve got to visit this store if you like vintage.
The Dallas Antique Mall is packed full with discoveries for you to peruse.
You’ll want to take home something from this antique mall, we’re sure. The multiple dealers there are constantly bringing in new inventory.
They have beautiful vintage jewelry for you to check out. Pictures, lighting and wall decor for your inner designer to get creative with.
The collectibles range from housewares and vintage glass to porcelain and art pottery, and are as charming as they are extensive. There is also a great vintage kitchen section you have to see.
Check the Man Cave and vinyl LPs.
Every guy likes something interesting to check out when his better half is checking out vintage linens. The Dallas Antique Mall has a man cave stocked with ‘guy stuff’. Old tools to vinyl records.
There is even a used book corner for the book lovers in your family.
Across the street from the Old Historic Courthouse
The Dallas Antique Mall sits among a cluster of shops on Main street that you’ll want to check out. After you’re done shopping walk across the street to check out the old historic courthouse. Visiting Dallas is worth the short drive!
Somewhere In Time in Silverton has antiques, collectibles, clothing, toys and a large “mancave”.
They even support the Oregon Chapter on Autism and the animal rescue charity “Friends of Felines”. Its a family oriented place for everyone. You’ll find antique furniture and collectibles, to glass and kitchen items.
The clothing has something for your entire family.
There is a lot of clothing to look through including American brand names and current styles for men, women, and children. Full length fur coats aren’t for everyone – but we saw an exceptional example there for $35. There are games and toys for the kids in your life – even the adult ‘kids’.
The mancave is extensive.
Talk about fishing reel heaven! There are rods stacked above, and bins of reels below. Like vintage vinyl records? There are bins of those too, for you to sort through. Books? The readers in your family will have shelves of them to look through in the mancave on a wide variety of topics.
Don’t forget the jewelry!
From costume jewelry to pearls, Somewhere In Time has lots of jewelry for you to see and take home. We saw cases full of pieces from earrings to brooches and lots of necklaces.
Somewhere In Time is part of the “Silverton Antique Cluster” so be sure and stop in when you get into town. They are located right next to the Silverton Park. Check out the covered foot bridge when you’re done shopping!