The 50s, like every decade had some wonderful styles and while you could dress in any decade, the next time you have a special event maybe the 50s is the new look for you.
Capes, they’re worn by royalty and superheroes, but they are also a cool and unique accessory you can wear. Continue reading “It’s Time to Put on Your Cape”
The hand bag became a mainstay of women’s fashion in the 18th century when form fitting dresses came into popularity and pockets were taken out (a topic for another day). The result was a whole new accessory to express oneself. While the styles and types of hand bags are nearly limitless, one that I think is particularly interesting, and is deeply under loved is beaded handbags. Continue reading “Beads! Beads! Everywhere”
The 70s, when most people think of the 70s they think of bell bottoms, platform shoes, and disco. But that was just one element of fashion in the 70s. Not every party was a disco party. People still had dinner parties, events, and get togethers requiring a slightly more “traditional” look. Continue reading “That 70s Look”
When I think boudoir I think comfort, sleepwear, lingerie, sexy; what I do not think is sulking. Continue reading “In a Woman’s Boudoir”
So you’re going out for the evening, a dinner party, a celebration, 60’s themed get together? Well would you look at that, I have just what you need. Continue reading “A 60s Night Out”
Award winning Canadian performer Cassie Josephine wore a fab vintage dress from my store to her birthday and album release party. Her new album Only Half Blue released on October sixth. Continue reading “Vintage Dresses and Canadian Music”
Bow ties are cool. Now I’m certainly not the first person to say it but whether its Dr. Who floundering in his attempt to convince his companions of this fact or everyone thinking it as they watch James Bond escape yet another trap designed to kill him doesn’t make it any less true. Bow ties are cool. Continue reading “Bow Ties are Cool”