Put down the shawl, Robin. Seriously, I'm going to have to remove it from the studio or I will pair it with every outfit! Not sure I can sell this thing. Or the dress or hat for that matter. ♡♡ I feel very Madame Hedonistic @hedonist_vintage mixing all these eras. 40's fur tilt hat, 50's wool wiggle dress, 70's knotted shawl and modern boots.
Mixing eras today. It’s pretty nippy outside!🧣 Thrifted this true vintage wool coat, as well as, the fedora & dark blue jeans. My red leather gloves are lined in cashmere (not thrifted), they’re perfect for a very cold day like today.🧤
Channeling the lovely 1940s today. I was inspired by a new brooch and earring set I just got, and the outfit kind of just fell together. Love it when that happens. 😃💕 I'm also using my vintage Bermuda bag from @redbirdvintagebox . While it is more of a 60s-80s item, it matched my jacket and just yells "Fall!" 🍁🍂 #mixingeras . Please pardon the background! It can be very challenging getting someone to take your picture, so I take any opportunity I can get...this time in my church parking lot! 😂📷
Handmade lace and purple flowers. Life couldn't get better. Nothing like starting the day off with friends and ending the day off with friends. Thanks for giving me reasons to smile celebrate @thisvintagevixen@firstname.lastname@example.org
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