Tag Archives for fashion
It’s Sunday and you know what that means! SoWa Vintage Market is open from 10am to 4pm today in Boston’s South End. I will be going with a friend and plan to do a blog post after about our finds! Here … Continue reading
I recently posted about Artifaktori in Beacon Hill, so I felt it was only appropriate to head over to Davis Square and give the original store a spin. To my surprise, the two stores couldn’t be more different. Going to … Continue reading
Found these black-leather puppies a couple weeks ago at the Buffalo Exchange in Allston! They are getting their debut tonight with some bright turqouise tights and a black and white polka-dotted dress.
Every item in the basement at Urban Outfitters in Harvard Square is 50% off right now. It is pretty picked over, but there are alot of size medium and large items for girls left. There are also alot of hats … Continue reading
Yet another awesome opportunity to swap your clothes for some new ones! The Swapaholics are holding the 2ND Annual Boston Fashion Week Sip + Swap this Thursday, September 29th. The event will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. at … Continue reading
So…when I started this blog I said I would keep everything $50 and under…but…. Okay, let me explain. So these boots aren’t vintage, nor were they cheap, but they were a great deal. I stopped off by TJ Maxx today … Continue reading
Yes, believe it or not, this is a photo of my gorgeous Great Aunt Yvonne (by marriage) when she was only 16 or 17 years old. Turns out she did some modeling in NYC when she was young…who knew.
This is one of many photos I will be sharing of my absolutely adorable mom. I love to look at old photographs of her to see how fashion has come full circle. This photo was taken in the mid-70s. Although … Continue reading
My first experience shopping at a Buffalo Exchange was last year in New Orleans. I immediately fell in love with the store which sells handpicked, used clothing. According to the company’s website, 80 percent of the store’s merchandise is purchased … Continue reading