Thursday, December 16, 2010
I think this is a very cool chic boho dress (rather than boho chic). Although the black and gray makes for a drab ensemble the shape and frill (not to mention velvet bodice) make it a fun party dress. I might where it with stacked red suede Louboutins IN MY DREAMS!!! By the way, I think that vintage Nina Ricci gets really overlooked on ebay on often is very affordable (not the case with this dress), so keep your eyes peeled.
This amazing party dress is on ebay right now for about $600 dollars US. Pricey, and small, but amazing. A testament to what a holiday party dress should be.
This coat is hippie de luxe perfection. It is on ebay and the bidding is at $71 dollar US. 3 bids so far with 6 days to go, this gem is going to go for A LOT. It is really gorgeous, it is like something a prim Talitha Getty would wear!
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
I think this is a lovely holiday gown, a bit conservative, but also very Grace Kelly. I wanted to set up the link for this, but it kept screwing up the images, if you want more info I can send the link, although this dress is about $600, and you might not get a lot of use out of it. Merry Regal Christmas.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
I feel like when it comes to holiday wear, all bets are off. As far as I'm concerned at a holiday party you can wear whatever you want (as far as dress clothes are concerned). Tacky, avante garde, vintage, retro, it is all good. With that in mind I am going to present some possible holiday dresses for you guys. I still haven't found a holiday dress for myself, but I'm hoping to get some inspiration from ebay! Too bad it is too late to buy a dress on ebay in time for the holidays! Above is a still from the holiday party in Meet Me in St. Louis.
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Hi all, I've been away from the blog for awhile, got a job, but lost the drive to write and post. I think that I also lost my inspiration for fashion! However, with the holiday season upon us and so many fun parties to go to, I have regained my want to dress fancy and look pretty! I wore a great vintage 60s Star Trek looking dress to a party last weekend on a whim (my friend gave it to me awhile ago and I thought that I would never wear it), and it was a hit! So I decided outrageous vintage is going to be my look for the holiday season. I've been shopping around on ebay, but I think that this is going to have to be a Jewish Women's Council Thrift Store operation (these are located in the L.A. area). The JWC Thift shops are great for affordable vintage in good shape (by affordable I mean there are deals, but things are not cheap), and a good selection. I don't trust ebay for vintage dresses because of sizing, but I have found lots of great coats to go over the dresses which usually work - there will be an upcoming post on coats found on ebay. Anyway it is my hope to post 12 days of holiday dresses (we'll see). At least I can post the one dress that I wore the other night. I'm going to use Miss Yvonne as model of how I want my holiday wardrobe to look. Go big or go home!