So today I’m glad to show you a dress that features my favorite flower. Yes, roses! The Sherry Rockabilly Diner Dress from Dolly & Dotty is the perfect design to wear to a 1950’s inspired diner!
If you follow me on my Facebook page I’m sure you’ve recently read about my intention to try to get involved in more “risqué” photoshoots. By that I mean boudoir and lingerie photoshoots as a way to express myself. And today I’m showing you the satin robe of my dreams by Glitter and the moon. I’m sad to write that this business is no longer open 😦
Who doesn’t love Grease? When I found out Erstwilder would release a limited edition collection of jewellery, I knew it would be a success.
I don’t know about you, but here summer is flying so fast! Can’t believe we’re already in August. Today I’m reviewing this beautiful dress from Lady Vintage, UK-based vintage inspired company that offers a great variety of dresses for all shapes and styles.
Hello there! Long time no post, I know! Sometimes life can get very busy and you don’t get much time to blog. But this summer is going to be a wild one, I promise!
If you’ve been following me for a while pretty sure you’re aware of my obsession with anything tiki/tropical. And when I discovered She’s Dynamite and their designs, I knew it was time to buy a tiki sarong dress!
As someone who grew up listening to Northern Soul and Mod bands, being in a photoshoot with a Vespa was like a dream come true. Not kidding!
Many of us vintage enthusiasts are fascinated by the atomic designs from the 50s and early 60s. The Atomic Era was a cultural, social and artistic movement that took place in America between the late 1940s and the mid 1960s. Midcentury designs are hard to find nowadays, but thanks to some vintage inspired brands like Los Flamingo and Piplotex, one can go back to those years.