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WaxahachieTx.com - Waxahachie Daily Light

Barbra is in the process of relocating her Bon Ton Vintage shop to Downtown Waxahachie. She has already begun the process of moving some items over from the Forreston store to her smaller, rented space inside Old Town Village Antiques & Uniques located at 307 S. Rogers.... (continue reading)

Lynne's Lens

TThis vintage 1984 photo shows John Kauffman sitting in his and wife, Barbra's (she's in the background to the left) newly opened vintage shop in Forreston, Texas. Times were very lean for the couple, but they got this space on the second floor of an old mercantile building in the middle of nowhere for the paltry sum of $1 a month for the first year, so they decided to give it a go.... (continue reading)

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This gem (it's actually in Forreston, just outside of Waxahachie) is housed in an old Masonic Lodge. It took us a minute to see why people buzz about Bon Ton being a "best kept secret." The first floor was filled... (continue reading)

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Dallas Morning News

South of Dallas, rare finds at Bon Ton Vintage

Whenever I'm driving from Dallas to Austin on a weekend, there's always a little bonus to the trip: a stop at Bon Ton Vintage in Forreston, just south of Waxahachie. (19 July 2011, Clare Miers) (continue reading)

Time Capsule: A Documentary Experience

A Documentary project in Dallas, TX by Vince and Lola. Time Capsule is a feature documentary experience combining vintage imagery with eclectic stories of the past and unique interests of today. We follow five people/couples of the American generation born between 1925 to 1945... (continue reading)

360 West Magazine

Lifestyle: Worth The Drive, Bon Temps at Bon Ton

...the merchandise takes one back to a more glamorous time when ladies dressed for dinner, and jackets and ties were not optional... (continue reading)

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With Love, Bon Ton Vintage

Places like these I usually keep to myself like a dirty little secret... (continue reading)

Yahoo! Voices

Bon Ton: the Best Vintage Clothing Store in North Texas

...Located in the town of Forreston, right smack in the beautiful North Texas countryside, Bon Ton Vintage truly has to be seen to be believed...

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Lucky - November 2004

Best-Kept Secrets

Here, a favorite off-the-beaten-path boutique.
About 45 minutes south of Dallas in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it prairie town, Bon Ton (Hwy. 77, Forreston, 972-483-6222) offers the least-picked-over vintage selection we've ever had the pleasure of laying eyes on...

Dallas Observer Best Of

Dallas Observer 2004 - Best of Dallas

Best Trip Back in Time

This place is so great--better than just best--that we feel as though we're violating a sacred oath by telling people about it... (continue reading)

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The Vintage Fashion Directory: The National Sourcebook of Vintage Fashion Retailers

The owners of this shop bought up an old Masonic lodge and have filled it up with all sorts of goodies. The entire upstairs is devoted to vintage clothing for men, women and children. They have tons of vintage from the 1900s-1970s with lots of stock from the 1940s-1950s. Most items are in good to excellent condition with a few deadstock pieces here and there. A treasure trove... (2002 Daniela Turudich, Streamline Press)

Texas Monthly - March 1999

The Best of Small-Town Texas - Shops

A short drive down U.S. 77 brought us to the one-block town of Forreston, a windswept spot on the prairie where - to our amazement - we found what may be the best vintage-clothing store in all of Texas...

Dallas Morning News

AFTER A FASHION Couple's quirky vintage clothing store draws shoppers nationwide to rural Ellis County

... Johnny and Barbara Kauffman's vintage clothing, music and knickknack store has thrived for more than a decade, thanks partly to their eccentric, laid-back attitudes but mostly to a top-notch stock of rare clothes that brings people from across the country to rural Ellis County... (28 October 1998, Aline McKenzie)

Dallas Morning News

A place for putting on eras

The town of Forreston never really had a heyday, but there's no question that its better days lie in the past. About all that's left is a rundown corrugated-steel gin mill and a few old buildings. That makes it a splendid site for Forreston Vintage Market, a vintage clothing-and-collectibles store... (24 August 1994, Teresa Gubbins)