Less than two weeks until Halloween – have you got your costume yet? If not, don’t worry! We’ve rounded up a list of great costume ideas for all of your trick-or-treating or Halloween party needs! Our first costume worn by the beautiful Alicja is none other than Frida Kahlo (complete with her unibrow) – we threw a 1970s cream lace fringe shawl ($23) over a 1970s cream colored top with rosettes (M/L, $25), paired it with a 1970s crazy patchwork ruffle hem maxi skirt (XS, $23), and added some simple accessories to complete the look. The quintessential Frida flower crown our model is wearing only cost about $5Read More →

If you’re in school you’ve either already started back again or you’re about to, so today I’m bringing you a little post on back to school wardrobe essentials – just a few things I would consider staples in any student’s closet! First on the list is jeans – a necessary basic for everyone and an easy foundation to build an outfit on. With 1970s style clothing still trending for Fall 2016, bell bottom jeans are a great choice! Pair them with your favorite top and give your ensemble an effortlessly cool 70s vibe. 1970s true blue bell bottoms, XS, $28 1970s light wash bell bottoms,Read More →

Hello there, fellow vintage lovers! Summer is fast approaching so today I’m sharing with you some of my vintage Summer wardrobe must-haves! For starters, high-waisted denim shorts! These are such an easy piece to wear in the warmer months and we’ve got all kinds of styles, colors, and sizes so you’re sure to find your perfect pair! Go for a classic, true blue denim like these Levi’s cutoffs (L, $33) or try something a little different like these mint green Guess denim shorts with cute white lace trim (XS, $33).   Now, of course, you’re gonna need some nice, flown, lightweight tops to pair withRead More →

Alright, so you’ve said yes to your dress. What’s next? Well, it’s time to accessorize, of course! Though they may be small in size, your choice of accessories will play a big role in your prom ensemble as a whole. Depending on the decade and style of your dress, you’ll want to choose different accessories that best compliment your dress’s “personality,” so to speak. Classic dresses call for classic accessories and fun, more “out there” dresses (or jumpsuits!) call for more daring accessories. In keeping with my last post, we’ll begin with a few ideas for classic accessories to pair with more traditionally formal lookingRead More →

  Prom season is right around the corner, but there’s no need to panic! Today I’m coming at you with part one of my prom blog post series in which I will discuss arguably the most nerve-wracking part of prom – finding your dress. First, let’s talk about why going vintage for prom is the best idea ever: that nightmare situation of showing up in the same dress as someone else? Not gonna happen! We’ve got beautiful, one-of-a-kind dresses, and I’ve styled a few of my favorites! Whether you want to go for a more traditional formal dress or you’re looking for something a littleRead More →

Spring is in the air, and that means it’s time to brighten up your wardrobe! I’ve put together eight looks inspired by this lovely season and I hope you enjoy them and that they inspire you to put away your winter coats and break out your pretty day dresses! baby blue linen dress with white border detail (XS, $63) simple white slip (S, $18) painted enamel and gold tone flower locket ($18) brown lace-up boots (6, $28) white dress with pink embroidery (S/M, $48) pink satin hat ($16) white Ferragamo slingbacks (10, $29) pastel striped double breasted dress (XS, $53) simple white slip (XS/S, $18)Read More →

Pauline Trigère was born November 4, 1908 in Paris, France to a tailor/dressmaker mother. Because of this, she knew her way around a sewing machine by the age of only ten years old and would often assist her mother. Upon leaving school, Trigère took a job as a trainee cutter at Martial et Armand where she met American designer Adele Simpson who opened her eyes to the New York fashion world. In 1937, she moved, began working under Ben Herschel, and soon became assistant designer at Hattie Carnegie. In 1942, just five years after making the move from the City of Light to the BigRead More →

Hello everyone! Sorry about not posting here last week, the holiday season here on Main Street has proven to be even more hectic than I think any of us anticipated. Speaking of the holiday season, let the official countdown begin…Christmas is only ten days away! Never fear, last-minute shoppers, for I’m coming to you this week with a holiday gift guide! A one-of-a-kind vintage piece makes for a wonderfully thoughtful gift for anyone on your list, so here are a few ideas to spark some inspiration. One item that I think would make a lovely gift is this amazing set of 1950s interchangeable sterling silverRead More →

With these quickly dropping temperatures, it’s finally time to bust out your winter wardrobe and show off your layering skills! My favorite layer by far is a good ol’ coat. Today, I thought it would be fun to grab six of my favorites from our current inventory and style some outfits around them! Up first is this amazing bright green 1960s velvet coat. I paired it with an equally lovely 1960s shift dress and topped it off with a bright watercolor floral patterned scarf for some added warmth and a pop of a little more color! The next look is more understated but super warmRead More →

Is it just me, or has 2015 absolutely flown by? Here we are, halfway through November, and it seems like just yesterday it was still June! If you’re like me and it feels like the holiday season totally snuck up on you, you might need some last-minute holiday party outfit ideas! Have no fear, I’m here to help you out. Let’s start with some Christmas party ensembles. Whether you’ve got an office party to attend, a formal dinner or event, or just a relaxed gift exchange with family and friends, we’ve got all the perfect pieces to make you look both festive and stylish. I’veRead More →