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Spring Wardrobe Wish List

Wednesday, February 6, 2013


The weather in St Louis was unseasonably warm last week and it got me all excited about planning outfits for spring. Modern fashion designers are using feminine prints, lace and sheers and are pairing them with durable fabrics like denim and chambray- all things that us vintage girls love to wear this spring. I can't wait to see what vintage style pieces will be popping up in stores.   Here are a few light and floaty pieces that I am loving for spring, all from January sponsor, Livin' Vintage Shop. Readers get 10% off with code VAVOOM13

1950's reversible petticoat

30's-40's sheer cream blouse

70's does 40's tie front blouse


40's-50's pink plaid house dress

40's novelty rayon dress



6 Responses to “Spring Wardrobe Wish List ”

  1. I already had the pink plaid dress in my etsy favorites. Im really liking that cute blouse too!

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  2. Ooooh the pink rayon dress! Love -that- in particular. I'm so ready for spring!

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  3. Thanks Brittany for the shout out! You can offer readers a 10% discount with the code VAVOOM13. Get your spring looks before they sell out! :)

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  4. Oh that novelty dress is beautiful!

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  5. Love - and would totally - wear all of these delightfully pretty spring fashions. There's ample snow on the ground here still and likewise the temps are below freezing, but my mind is already focusing on my spring wardrobe, too.

    ♥ Jessica

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  6. Lovely, all of them! I esp liked the cream blouse, but then my mind has been on 30s fashion for quite a while now =)

    Winter will last for at least a month and a half, with bits of snow lingering under shady pine trees until mid-may, so while I'm planning for spring and summer, I have a few more winter projects in the pipe line. I do love the new focus on sheer fabrics and laces! Retro Olivia (http://retroolivia.com/2013/02/03/kopenhamn-dag-1/#comments) showed some ties and bow-ties covered with lace. Wouldn't that be a great way to bring a bit of femininity to a classic men's wear piece? So stylish when combined with maybe a 50s shirtwaist dress...

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