Loco Lindo Headquarters

1651 South Central Ave
Glendale, CA 91204

ph: 818.956.1415
e-mail: info@loco-lindo.com

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Everyday Vintage Inspired Fashion.

Designer Linda Marrone founded Loco Lindo in Los Angeles in the year 1992 driven from her passion for Vintage and Retro Inspired Fashion Styles. But, Loco Lindo is not about living in the past. Each one of our garments is designs and made to enjoy everyday.

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Welcome to the Wild Wild West

Linda Marrone

Howdy, Partner!  Welcome to our Loco Lindo Wild West Collection.  This section is brimming with everything from cowboys to bucking broncos.  We have a deep appreciation for the vintage western style and that has inspired us to bring back reproduction vintage prints inspired by true classics.  We have incorporated these prints into a variety of our classic styles to make them rodeo ready.  

Whether you are gearing up for next year's Nashville Boogie, or you just want to add a little Western flair to your wardrobe.  Our section is sure to meet your needs.  

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Anchors Away!

Linda Marrone

Who doesn't love the classic and timeless look of a nautical outfit?  It's a perfect spring/summer look that never goes out of style.  Well we've taken that love and turned it into a ship worthy collection.  Combining shades of red and blue with styles like palazzo pants and wrap dresses & we were able to come up with a collection that we think will make you want to set sail.  

We invite you to take a look and sail away with us.  

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Welcome to the Print Shop

Linda Marrone

One thing that has always made Loco Lindo unique is our prints.  For decades we've been hand selecting prints in our staple rayon material.  We are always on the look out for fun, exciting and new patterns to add to our huge selection of floral, novelty and even geometric prints.  From vintage inspired to more modern, we always consider our customers when we choose.  Today is no different!  We have just added a great selection of fun new prints to our site, from cowboys to cocktails, florals to fruits, we invite you to take a look for yourself! 

1967 - The Year That Upended Women’s Fashion

Linda Marrone

We recently came across this amazing article in Vanity Fair, and we decided we just had to share it you!  It profiles the year 1967 and how it was the year that drastically changed fashion forever.  In one short year the world of fashion was turned upside down.  Loco Lindo loves to celebrate both sides of the 1967's "then & now" in our fashions.  We love the classic timeless pieces of the Mad Men era but also can't get enough of the shorter skirts and the mod shifts.  This article looks back on that influential time in women's fashion and even turns to some great women of that time to see how they recall the change: 

"Nineteen sixty-seven: rarely has there been a 12-month period when young American women changed so dramatically. The year before had seen the helmet-haired, Pucci-clad Jacqueline Susann promoting Valley of the Dolls to best-seller status. It saw California beach-blanket movies . . . and Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball, at New York’s Plaza hotel. Earlier in the year, miniskirted Nancy Sinatra Jr. had turned calf-high leather footwear—the kind that Dame Mary Quant, pioneer of the miniskirt, made famous—into a meme, thanks to her No. 1 single 'These Boots Are Made for Walkin’.'

But a radically different look and sensibility were beginning to take root. The long-gowned, straight-haired Judy Collins would soon make a Top 10 hit of “Both Sides Now,” a plaintive, self-examining, gut-honest ballad by an unknown songwriter—the long-gowned, straight-haired Joni Mitchell. The song would become the anthem of a new kind of woman: content to live alone but not lonely, sexually open but not “promiscuous.” (That judgmental word would be banished.) Nineteen sixty-seven also ushered in the so-called Summer of Love, when tens of thousands of young free spirits flocked to San Francisco. The females in this cohort, as critic Janet Maslin once put it, were the “butterfly bohemians,” who had suddenly sprung up in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, and London, marking a revolution in women’s fashion, attitudes, and sexuality. In a single year, Mad Men babes had been overtaken by incense-burning soul seekers."

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For more 1960s fun while you're in the mood, check out our Loco Mod collection!  It's filled with bright prints, great shift dresses & more! 

In the Mood - Indigo

Linda Marrone

We are getting in the mood over at Loco Lindo, the mood of indigo.  It doesn’t just stop there, we love all the deep inky blues, from navy to midnight.  Our love of the rich blue hues runs deep, so deep we’ve recently added some rich blue colors to our shop!  See these shades in our 1940s style Rita dress as well as our 1930s style Norma dress. 

We hope you love them as much as we do.  ;)

For more indigo blue inspiration, visit our Pinterest board: Mood Indigo & Ink