It’s been a while since I’ve posted not only a blog post but a Shop Update. It’s been fun couple of weeks with 80s florals and a wave of ultra cute bohemian pieces. Above is a peak of what’s in the Shop already and what’s coming this week. All very comfortable summer pieces in excellent vintage condition!
Spring florals and maxi dresses are starting to roll in the shop this week. Some of these items have been in the shop but are getting refreshed looks! I’m looking forward to the hotter months, how about you?
These are just a few of the goodies coming this week. It’s going to be a 40 + update, including some smashing vintage coats! Too keep up with daily updates you can follow me via Twitter; updates come in throughout the day (so it’s not very spammy) or come by the Shop!
Happy start of the week! I am starting to roll out skirts perfect for the spring season. I have to say, from this batch I am in love with the silk roses skirt due to it’s bold colors, the ikat skirt and the pumpkin linen skirt in the perfect shade of orange. As always click on the picture to get the details:
Hi Guys! Even though Spring is slowly creeping in it’s still pretty darn cold in many states. I’ve been suffering here in Southern California because one day it’s hot and the next day it’s cold. It’s like a tease and I can’t take this cold weather any more! Any-hoo, for those of you still suffering like me or those who embrace the cold, the shop has been filled with an array of colorful, soft and snuggly sweaters and cardigans sure to keep you warm while looking cute!
Hi all, happy Monday! It’s a blazer update today! I hit the mall last weekend and noticed that blazers were trending this season. The irony is though, that I’ve actually had a few of these for a few years, but then again vintage is always in…
It’s hard to pick my favorites from this group, but I love the colored roll up sleeve blazers, especially the blush colored one, and the Oleg Cassini houndstooth blazer. It is so indicative of the 80’s era, bold color, bold shoulder with the mens wear twist but with the feminine fit; the best of the 80’s.
Blogger was acting wacky once again, I could not link the photos; please click the links below to get the full details:
Hi y’all! Hope this weeks been treating you good. I’ve had a very up and down week myself, which includes the melt down of my computer (insert crying here). But no, you just have to keep going no matter the obstacles and not do something stupid like throw the computer against the wall; like I wanted to do a little earlier. Thank goodness for my sweet daughter Zoe letting me borrow hers!
I’m playing catch up here, showing you some dresses and skirts I posted last week to the shop. Click the picture for full details.
Happy New Year guys! I wanted to do a first day of the year post but after all the celebrations I’m working on just catching up with work. I will start it off with a lovely shop update, having posted a few coats and jackets in the SHOP today. It’s actually very warm here in Southern California, so it felt wrong posting them but it served as a reminder that many still experience winter well into April. I remember this fact from my Atlanta days. These last two days I’ve been in tank tops and shorts..not to rub it in, hehe. I am a warm blooded human though, being that I was raised in hot and humid Miami Florida, so naturally hot weather suits me.
Happy Mid-week! I am slowly warming up the engine and getting it revved up for a New Year sale and bigger updates for the coming year! I’m getting excited thinking about all the new projects we will be working on and for our return to Ebay to clear out old merchandise from Etsy at killer starting auction prices! I love bringing you new vintage on a daily basis and hope that this addition will keep our little ol’ store moving along. So this leads me to a question, do you like bidding on Ebay? Why or Why not? And which one do you shop more on for vintage clothing, Ebay or Etsy? Your feedback will be helpful, I do appreciate it!
The following are new items that just hit the shop, click on the picture for the details!