If you’re new here, you may have seen a couple of the other interviews in my For the Love of Vintage series. Firstly, I interviewed The Vintage Beauty Spot on her passion for historic style and then I said a few words about what vintage means to me. Last time, Kariss from Shy, Strange Manic… Continue reading For the Love of Vintage: An Interview with Vintageholic
I purchased the Marion dress from Lindy Bop in their sale around a month or so ago, and I have honestly been in love ever since. It has been a staple for many of my summer occasions, from Aaron’s graduation, to a classical music festival and even my 21stbirthday. The photos below were actually taken… Continue reading British Retro Fashion with Lindy Bop
So I just moved into my new house, that is my first house that I’m not renting as a student. A bit scary, because now I have to organise all my own bills and make sure I’m earning enough money to cover them, but we’ll worry about that later. Today I’m here to talk about… Continue reading A Peak Inside My Retro Kitchen
Beautifully designed with a flattering cut, JOY’s Louche Ineesha Bird Print Dress has become a staple in my spring/summer wardrobe. I am always drawn to blue and the cute bird print reminded me so much of Snow White that I fell in love straight away.
I recently attended York Does Vintage, one of the several Britain Does Vintage fairs that take place across the country. In the beautiful setting of York’s Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, the fair tied two of my favourite things together – vintage and history. The grade 1 listed building has a rich history, dating back to 1357… Continue reading York Does Vintage
Sass and Belle are always my first choice when it comes to gifts, party and homeware (I’ve featured them in a few of my student guide posts) – they have some stunning vintage and shabby chic inspired items that myself (and my mum) are slowly collecting! Now, the weather this bank holiday weekend isn’t looking… Continue reading Squeezing the last drop out of summer with Sass and Belle*
Don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t get much better than losing an afternoon wandering round a vintage fair or market, but as adulthood is slowly creeping up on me I find I have increasingly less afternoons to spare. So naturally I was very interested (not to mention excited) when I heard about the fairly new… Continue reading Shpock – The flea market at your fingertips!