A special edition of what I'm loving this week, all about vintage style coats.
London Edge - the trade show for vintage and alternative brands - is held every six months in London. I couldn't make it to the Spring/Summer event earlier this year and really missed it, so I decided to take myself off to London earlier this month and head to the Autumn/Winter event. It's a great… Continue reading A visit to London Edge
Top tips and tricks for buying plus size vintage
As some of you may know, as well as my blog I also write for She Might Be, an online community full of plus size fashion, beauty and a whole host of other fabulous things. One of my recent posts was all about my love of vintage hats, and as I've added a few more… Continue reading Hats, glorious (vintage) hats!
So, after an accidental and impromptu two-week holiday (time just got away from me!), I'm back and ready for the last few weeks of my A-Z of a vintage girl in a modern world. And of course, there's only one thing I could talk about this week, and that's vintage! You may remember my post… Continue reading V is for Vintage: the A-Z of a Vintage Girl in a Modern World
Ah, T - stands for Toblerone, tolerance, tenacity - lots of awesome words. But perhaps my most favourite of all, Twinwood Festival! A long-standing date in many a vintage-lover's calendar, I've been going to for the last eight years. Long-time readers will remember me talking about Twinwood Festival in the past (if you're new to the… Continue reading T is for Twinwood Festival: the A-Z of a Vintage Girl in a Modern World
As a vintage-loving girl with a waist that's really rather a lot larger than ladies from the 1940s and 1950s, reproduction vintage clothing is a somewhat vital addition to my wardrobe. Luckily for me, there are lots of fabulous repro brands around. These - in no particular order - are my favourites: The House of… Continue reading R is for Vintage Reproduction Brands: the A-Z of a Vintage Girl in a Modern World