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Happy spring! This month I’m featuring tons of designer frocks on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram. My parents and I traveled all over the world in the 1960s and 1970s and we picked up clothing in just about every country! Spain, France, Greece, Italy—my parents loved exploring the world and I did too! And what makes the vintage clothing we picked up so special is the stories behind the pieces. Some of the designers aren’t very well known today, but were something special in that day and that place, which sort of makes them special little gems!

You’ll see photos of me and my parents rocking our clothing in lots of my Instagram posts—we documented so many moments and Instagram has given me a way to share it with the world.

It’s such a great time for fashion from the 1970s and 1960s because many of the silhouettes are back in style. Platform sandals, long skirts, flouncy sleeves, color-blocks, it’s all back in style.

There are so many benefits of vintage clothing—a history, its uniqueness, and the sustainability factor. Fast fashion brands are depleting resources rapidly, while throwing out clothing fills our landfills. Re-wearing and re-purposing clothing isn’t just eco-friendly, though; you’re getting quality that has withstood the test of time in terms of style and materials. No fast fashion from our trips and collections—they truly are unique, quality pieces from local designs to the most famous designers.

I love sharing my designs through my blog and social media, but I also love selling these pieces to appreciative buyers. I can’t name names, but Hollywood celebrities and their stylists have been known to scoop up our vintage clothing and accessories.

One of our most unique vintage clothing pieces is this leather skirt from Char.

Here is a couple of our latest additions to the shop:


Want to see more? Explore our clothing on the site and don’t forget to follow me on Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook! Interested in owning one of these pieces? Fabulous! Shoot me a message and I can give you all the details!

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