Month: February 2017

The Vintage Wardrobe

Just one quick post to break the radio silence before I head to my waiting homework…

My vintage wardrobe has arrived and here’s a quick peek at three outfits I’ve worn to work so far:

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See Bitsy Jump–Right into 1950’s Fashion.

I’m trying not to feel guilty about this… but I’ve ordered a wardrobe. An entire, full-on vintage inspired wardrobe, from top to toes. Undergarments, nylons, dresses, shrugs, cardigans, shoes, accessories–10 days’ worth–to rotate through during my work weeks. In my defense, I’m a stalwart thrift-store shopper and have spent far less on clothing in the last two decades than your average American, and though it feels like I’ve dropped a lot of money at once, $488.00 is not unreasonable for a complete spring wardrobe.

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Do you love your neighbor? She Magazine, November 1945

Sharing one more article from She magazine that I found appropriate, considering our current state of events. Please note: I’m not making a political statement! I just believe that we should love our fellow man, both next door and beyond. This is a really great read–I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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