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.
Red – Yellow- Blue – On your shoe.
As a vintage seller there are some things I just always pick up if I see them, no matter what. These applique wrap skirts are one of them. I’ve always just loved the novelty of them. They’re usually made in Florida and have two coordinating colors with a great applique on them. Over the years I’ve had several and I just adore them for summer. They’re fun, easy to wear and quintessentially vintage!
April showers bring May flowers and there’s nothing prettier than a rose. Except maybe a vintage rose.
Western wear and Navajo inspired looks have been strong over the summer with chambray button up work shirts and Southwestern vibe prints. They work nicely into the fall and winter months adding a cozy, Americana feel to your wardrobe.
With this massive heatwave this summer, I have been dreaming of the fall. The trends are pointing towards luxe, rich fabrics like brocade. Brocade is a tough one to pull off cause it can veer off into overdressed for most things very quickly. But I think toning down things like brocade dresses with more causal things like some scarves, flats or just wearing an accessory can really make the trend wearable.
An elaborately-patterned fabric woven on a jacquard loom since the early 19th century, brocade uses color, texture or both to emphasize its figures. The figures and ground may be of contrasting weaves such as satin on plain weave. Brocade is not considered reversible; the reverse is often distinguished by long floating threads. – via The Vintage Fashion Guild Fabric Resource
And for when you want to be overdressed… brocade and fur by Victor Costa!