A round up of my favourite outfits from last year.
Collectif Pearl Coat review
This week's blog comes to you from my comfy sofa, where I'm under a duvet with Agent Carter on in the background (side note: I want ALL the costumes. All of them. If someone can point me in the direction of someone who can recreate them, I'd be ever so grateful). Especially this dress: I've… Continue reading X is for eXciting news!: 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
A couple of weekends ago, we had a little bit of sunshine, which was very nice indeed. Even nicer was The Boy turning to me on Friday night and saying, "Didn't you want to go to a vintage fair tomorrow? Shall we go?" He's nice like that. So, off we headed to Cambridge. We parked… Continue reading Review: Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair, Cambridge
This week, I struggled to think of topics beginning with 'E' for my A-Z. The Boy and I had a bit of brainstorm walking to the cinema last night, quickly deciding that 'elegance' was the way to go. For fun, here's a selection of other ideas: Exercise - because I've been doing a bit (and… Continue reading E is for elegance: The A-Z of a vintage girl in a modern world
Four weeks into my A-Z of vintage girl in a modern world, and it’s the turn of D. That means, dresses and dancing! (Spoiler alert, I have much more experience in one than the other). Let’s start with my particular expertise. If I was on Mastermind, my specialist subject would probably be reproduction vintage dresses,… Continue reading D is for Dancing and Dresses – the A to Z of a vintage girl in a modern world