Added by Vintage Section on December 4, 2010 at 5:40pm —
When I had started my vintage and antiques website, I had thought it would be more difficult to find a wide range of vintage items with an ocean, or nautical theme. But I have found it to be quite the opposite. Vintage jewelry, clothing, accessories, linens, and home decor, are more prevalent, especially in this area! As my nautical website grows, so will its' 'sister' blog! I do think...this pair of lovely mermaids represent the idea of my website quite… Continue
Added by Luv2LuvAntiques on November 6, 2010 at 4:00am —
Just a little note here....I am closing down my ArtFire shop and welcome you to peruse my inventory which will remain available until 12-31-2010.
Markdowns of 30% on apparel and jewelry.
Find HDRoseVintage here
I combine shipping and will work with any VV member to further discount for multiple purchases.
Thanks for your support!
Added by Gilty Girl Vintage on October 27, 2010 at 11:22pm —
Artists have traditionally staged a subject for a painting, whether it was a person or model, as the case may be, in the dress or with the props that tell a story of some sort.
comes to mind immediately, with his elaborate scenes, painted using as his models grocer's…
Added by Gemma Insinna on May 31, 2010 at 5:00pm —
Hello to you all! Cameo Kids would like to invite you all to visit our new and first blog.
I have been so busy since the end of December with business booming for some reason so I have been sewing my brains out! My DH and I are still working hard trying to help his stroke recovery which takes so much time everyday, but he is still making small strides of improvement. We are also trying to design a new website. This is why I haven't been… Continue
Added by Cameo Kids Boutique on April 11, 2010 at 3:30pm —
Clothing can be a form of self expression, like poetry
...but do the two ever cross?
Your favorite shirt, the jacket of your first boyfriend in high school, your first baby socks kept in a pretty box for safe keeping -- items of clothing travel with us throughout our lives, a silent, comfy companion. Do you ever feel this way? There are actually many odes and dedicated poetry to clothing that can be found if you just take a peek.
Added by Hey Viv ! on March 8, 2010 at 5:31pm —
Hi my name is Jessica,
I run the archive website http://myvintagevogue.com
I also have 2 fashion blogs that are updated weekly sometimes daily http://myvintagevogue.tumblr.com
as well as a blog devoted to vintage Hollywood and one for vintage advertisements… Continue
Added by myvintagevogue on January 11, 2010 at 4:19pm —
How do You Know You're a Vintage Clothing Fanatic?
What kind of vintage clothing addict are you? Do you browse every rack at a thrift store ? Drool at the site of old cotton prints ? Get heart palpitations at the site of a vintage store ?
Take the quiz and find out -… Continue
Added by Hey Viv ! on September 8, 2009 at 3:54pm —
Be sure to CELEBRATE!! Get out your red, white and blue duds! Throw your hair back in patriotic ribbon!
Don’t forget to DECORATE!! Your tables, porches and cars! Fly “OLD GLORY” high and proud!!
REMEMBER we are so blessed to be AMERICANS!!
Oh, and always “BUY VINTAGE” cuz that’s totally American!!
HAPPY 4TH OF JULY… Continue
Added by Chris Anderson on July 2, 2009 at 2:10am —
Our website www.thevintagesupplyco.com just went up and we are very excited! We are still adding items everyday but there are some good mid-century modern and hollywood regency items available for purchase! Come check it out and join our mailing list!
Added by The Vintage Supply Co on May 26, 2009 at 4:00pm —
I'm continuing my search for creative ways to deal with and find vintage clothing that fits large or plus size. I know I have searched through the years for something to fit and have had to use my sense of humor and a little creative sewing. I'm writing an article about this and need some feedback. I will gladly post whatever information or suggestions I find so all can benefit.
So my question is - How do you dress in vintage when you feel like everything you find is small… Continue
Added by Hey Viv ! on April 29, 2009 at 4:33pm —
I recently posted the question - "What do you consider a Plus Size in vintage clothing?"
here on the vintage village
and on the etsy forum.
I was surprised by the enthusiastic response and the differences in opinion especially when it comes to stores marking size 14 as a plus size. Consensus seems to be that… Continue
Added by Hey Viv ! on April 22, 2009 at 1:45pm —
Added by Archivia on April 2, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Come check my new blog out! It surrounds great vintage finds from all over the net! If you are interested in being showcased-- let me know! You can convo me at www.thelostfound.etsy.com or email me here!
Added by Maryann on March 17, 2009 at 1:49pm —
I guess pick could be a play on words. I have always loved antique combs...the more elaborate, the better. They are great to have out on a dressing table just for decoration. I have long hair but not enough to keep one of these in place.…
Added by boylerpf on March 16, 2009 at 11:36am —
What is your favorite decade for vintage fashion? What specifically makes you feel good about it?
Do you wear the clothing?
Do you wear accessories only?
Share your thoughts about it.
Added by Timeless Treasures on February 23, 2009 at 10:33am —
I couldn't resist sharing this with you all as I am a bit prejudiced. She is my daughter after all. You might remember my post a while ago on the two sisters
. Zach...yes a girl in every sense of the word...a Paris trained Cordon Bleu Chef
....has turned her… Continue
Added by boylerpf on February 16, 2009 at 11:47am —
Hello everyone! Hopefully someone can help me out. I've got all the measurements for my items listed in their descriptions, but thanks to some constructive feedback, I would like to separate them on the basis of small, medium, large, etc. This is primarily for my dresses. As sizes vary, what would be the best way to go about doing this? Does anyone have a chart in which I can determine based on the measurements of the garments?
Added by My Secret Closet on December 10, 2008 at 9:56pm —