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Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by Lauren, Dec 1, 2005.
Regardless of the era deadpandiva it's very cute !
Well I shouldn't be buying anything, but some stressful days at work have made me shop!
Got this dress from Etsy--will be cute for spring:
And this skirt for fun! Not sure if it's work appropriate but still love it
I have patterns with frills like this dating from around the mid 1940's mark (maybe a tad later too) mind you date wise -fashions here in the uk differ slightly. Really cute though and a lovely colour to boot- what more can you ask for in a jumper!
This is great, and I found your blog post very interesting, thanks.
deadpandiva That top is super cute!
I went to goodwill to find a cardi to try the tutorial on remaking a cardigan. No sweat, I thought, and instead of finding one that needed some remaking, I found this!
It's missing exactly one pearl and it's actually a light camel color (it shows up six different colors in the pics.) I have no idea on the label, any guesses? I have not yet called my mom to hear how Best & co fit in the New York shopping landscape.
Wow, SugarKitten- love the applique and pearls on that sweater! So unique and dainty. Very pretty.
Just got this adorable little 30s sweater in the mail. Fits like a dream! So excited, cause I usually don't see this type of thing outside of catalogs!
There was a thread not too long ago on the Vintage Fashion Guild site on a Best and Co jacket: http://www.vintagefashionguild.org/forums/viewthread.php?tid=65196
It offers a little information, and there is a link in one of the posts to the label resource. Might help a little.
Gorgeous sweater! Great find!
Best and Co was pretty high class stuff. I've seen a lot of ads of theirs in old Vogue magazines. Probably equivalent to Bloomies today.
Oooh, Lauren! It looks perfect, jealous! Nice timing for in-between winter/spring weather.
Wow SugarKitten- I neve find anything that cute at the goodwill.
Lauren, that sweater is amazing. I love sweaters from the 30's.
Lauren, I love the tie! the top is adorable, but now you have to romp in a grassy field with an old fashioned tennis racket! Do you have something specific in mind to pair with it?
"Dainty" is usually not my thing, but I'm hoping the cardi stays on the fun, and not the 'grandma' side of things.
deadpandiva, Goodwill is the second largest contributor to my wardrobe, right behind Tulle's sale days. (Does anyone else shop there? www.tulle4us.com ?)) I have a lot of 4 dollar tops/7 dollar dresses.) I guess there are a lot of people who goodwill old Granny's stuff around here in CT, and I take full advantage! There was a 'Bergdorf Miss' black wool dress too, but on it looked much more 80's. I'll grab a pic if anyone wants to see, I think it was 10$
as a cardiganholic I approve of your sweater SugarKitten.
the label KittnGora makes it worth buying for sure.
Reminds me little bit of finnish desingers Minna Parikka Marina red-pink cardigan
Here's my recent find from the flea market. The dress is originally from Denmark and it's from the 1930's.
It cost only 9€.
Oooooh! Jirina, that is gorgeous and looks fabulous on you! Great find!
Stunning! The blue goes beautifully with your red hair.
Fuzzy Lizzie, I love Lanz too! Though I am more partial to the mainstream sundresses rather than the traditional drindl styles. I have several of the sundresses and I'm always looking for more! :eusa_clap
:eusa_clap You look incredible in that dress. :eusa_clap
I've got to move me to Finland.