Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything here. Life has a way of, well, getting in the way. That, and becoming obsessed with a new hobby: sewing. More to come on my latest creations, but I wanted to share with you all one of my best sewing-related tips, and that is buying vintage fabrics at thrift stores.CONTINUE READING »
Or...husband shop, really. He wanted to get into selling vintage, yet functional, outdoor gear. Think stuff you need for hiking and camping, only cooler because it's vintage! (And by the by, he is living proof that you can get your mans to like vintages!)
Why "Montem Maximus?"
Montem Maximus means "tall mountain" in Latin, but also happens to be the name of our ridiculous cat. He did it mostly for the cat. Check the shop out now!CONTINUE READING »
Happy New Year everybody! Our goal this year is to buy less, save money, the usual type of resolution - but it's probably more doable than most New Year's resolutions because most of what you might need can be found at thrift stores for next to nothing. Overall, we're going to try not to buy anything new unless absolutely necessary. We've extended that principle to the Etsy shop, head on over for some great deals on things that are not new!
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Honestly, holiday dressing is pretty easy. Pick red or green. Add some sparkly. Done.
Extra points, I suppose, if you have a grumpy Persian cat to squeeze.CONTINUE READING »
Wearing all vintage doesn't mean you have to look like you're wearing a costume. Normally I would suggest mixing vintage in with modern pieces, but every now and then you can put a whole bunch of vintage pieces from various eras and still look modern.
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