Jumpsuits, rompers and one piece outfits have been popular for a few seasons now and if you haven’t embraced the style yet, you need to jump on the bandwagon. They are the easiest outfits to wear and super comfy. Here’s a few from my shop and I also have a special going on right now for Free Shipping in the US – just use the code SPRINGFS. Not in the US? Save 15% with the code 15OFF! Both discount codes are active through April 15th.
Andie MacDowell – April 21, 1958
Claudia Cardinale – April 15, 1938
Roy Halston – April 23, 1932 (d. March 26, 1990)
Dorian Leigh – April 23, 1917 (d. July 7, 2008)
It was 1987. I was just entering the 7th grade and I was a sucker for everything Reebok and Gap. I was a tiny little yuppie in training. While my love for Ronald Reagan and hi-top aerobic sneakers in every color of the rainbow waned, my love of the Gap did not. I still love the Gap.
Does Andie not rock the denim on denim look? Swoon with the bandanna belt!
I’ve got this awesome vintage Gap denim shirt in the shop right now!
I would snap this boyfriend cardigan up in a hot second.
I spy some coral color love.
Head to toe love. HEAD. TO. TOE.
I love these relaxed pleated front black and white houndstooth plaid cotton pants from The Gap that I have listed in the shop.
Oh Joni, those pins on your jean jacket are just so perfect.
The perfect colorful one piece bathing suit.
And we all need a little vintage Darryl Dixon love. In bell bottoms and a newsboy cap. You go, Norman Reedus!
Hulett was an artist and worked on some of my favorite classic Disney animated films including Fantasia, Dumbo, Bambi, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty among many others.
Some sweet vintage holiday illustrations by Ralph Hulett to keep you merry and bright.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Vintage Wonder to you and yours!
Ethel Barrymore- August 15, 1879 (d. June 18, 1959)
Peggy Lipton – August 30, 1946
Geoffrey Beene – August 30, 1924 (d. September 28, 2004)
Jane Adams – August 7, 1918 (d. May 21, 2014)
I have thick, curly hair that I inherited from my father. My mother had medium weight straight hair so she just didn’t know what to do with it when I was a kid, so she decided to cut it short into a sort of Q-Tip mullet that I had frequently trimmed and blown out just like Tony Manero.
I let my hair grow long as I got older but I never really learned how to do it and sometimes I just want to live naturally and free and rock a white girl fro. I dig it, man. I dig it.