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Monday, October 29, 2012
Thursday, October 18, 2012
In the meantime, I've been looking around for them online. I spotted these from Berlinner Strasse. They are all original (instead of all the reproductions out there), ship straight from Germany, and range in price from $200-$300 - and they are so pretty:Ekho Vintage or Bonnie & Bell as well)
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
I guess the idea that vintage clothes are costume-y to a good portion of the population leads to one of my best thrifting secrets - I always check out the costume racks for pieces that the thrift store worker thought looked weird and retro but that I want to bring home and actually wear.
In honor of Halloween, I'm previewing a few gems that could be costume-y if you wanted them to be ... (but just know that I'd wear all of em on a non-Halloween occasion too).
(or we have a fun fringe dress here)
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Friday, October 12, 2012
The pamphlet takes on a very Seventeen "do's and don'ts" tone, and I've picked out some of my favorite tips to share:
My biggest takeaway is that the author really didn't think secretaries should wear bobby socks.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Monday, October 1, 2012
HD Buttercup is a really lovely furniture store located in SOMA in San Francisco. Aside from being huge and full of the kind of furniture that is pretty enough to make you feel okay about dedicating your next several paychecks to it, they have worked in a lot of really great vintage decorating ideas that could be some DIY inspiration for around the home.
A wall of vintage plates:
Bowler hats turned light covers:
Old shoe stands painted for display:
And lots of vintage pieces around every corner, like this trophy collection: