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Shop Talk May

Monday, May 19, 2014

Good morning, lovelies! What a beautiful weekend we had here in St Louis. Pj and I got the pool and patio set up in the back yard and although it has been too chilly to swim lately, we're due for a warm-up very soon. We went to a history reenactment on Saturday and I shared my daily outfit with my fab rick rack skirt on Instagram. Stay tuned tomorrow for lots more pics of that! Yesterday was a work day here, as I finished listing the last bits of vintage on etsy and after my vacuum bit the dust, I got to pick out a new one. I don't know about you ladies but I get pretty excited over a new vacuum!!

This morning I want to share some beautiful things from my sponsors. Please do pop over and give them some love!



Now that all of my vintage hoard is listed, I'm excited to get my new sewing room set up. I've been dreaming on new projects while shopping for new sewing patterns. Patterns from the Past is an amazing resource for vintage seamstresses. Here, you can find sewing patterns from the 1920s to modern out-of-print patterns. Right now, select patterns are 25% off!




Love That Lingers is a hand-picked vintage boutique, curating retro treasures for the modern girl.  This etsy boutique is fully stocked for summer with vintage swimwear, sundresses and adorable separates. Be sure to like on Facebook for coupons and flash sales! Right now, there's a 25% off sale going on till tomorrow!!




Little Miss Vintage 3 on etsy specializes in vintage clothing, jewelry, accessories and home decor. Follow along on Instagram @littlemissvintage3 for updates and sales. I'm loving her summery collection of southwestern styles, which I always lean towards this time of year.



Bloomers and Frocks is a beautiful online vintage clothing boutique from fellow blogger, Rebekka Adams. Rebekka has curated a whole section of plus sized vintage clothing, my favorites featured in the gallery above. Also, don't miss the exquisite lingerie section for slips, girdles, corsets, bras and lounge wear.



Vintage Makeup Guides by the fabulous Glamor Daze blog are original vintage beauty books in downloadable format loaded with makeup application instructions, details on products used, skin care and more. I had so much fun reading through the decades and experimenting with different looks.  The book for each era is $10 but you can also download all makeup guides for $20.

One Response to “Shop Talk May”

  1. Great selections! The southwest pieces in particular are calling my name - no doubt in part because we just went to a local rodeo that was about 40 minutes away from our house this past Sunday and I've got cowgirl/southwestern fashion the brain more than ever now.

    ♥ Jessica

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