9.15.2009

New!


Here's some highlights of what I'll be listing this week. I've started up a Halloween section with some fun things, the ballerina outfit will be in that section. Here is a great knit suit, I mentioned to all you gals afraid of wearing suits that knit ones can look more casual and soft, as well as be very comfortable, and this one is so cute. My favorite item this week though is this fabulous sheer black party dress, because you can put any color slip or petticoat underneath and its a whole new look! As always, send me an email or Etsy convo if you wish to reserve something or want to know more about it ;)

Oh hey, I'm in a Gift guide, thanks TeenAngster ;)
Make that two!

20 comments:

Twila Jean said...

you made that black dress look so good!!!! WOW!

Dizzy Dame said...

oo I want to know more about that ballet costume!!

Ms. B said...

That embroidered dress is so pretty!!!

Maisy Brown said...

Your photos just keep getting better and better. Love the new shorter haircut, too!

avintagespirit (Lizzy) said...

Wow, great items, and I just love the idea of a Halloween section. That ballerina outfit would definitely make a cute costume.
Oh, and that embroidered dress is so gorgeous!

Brook said...

that mini dress is hot hot hot!! looks great with the fishnets!

little me. said...

Oh wow. How beautiful.
xx

Frida said...

So artful and beautiful photos:)

Andi B. Goode said...

Ooh, a Halloween section! Awesome.
I love that blue 1960s suit! It's gorgeous.
-Andi x

sarah said...

Oh, that sheer embroidered dress is simply stunning!
And that ballerina costume is SO cute. I love the photography - you look just like a Degas dancer!

Meaghan Kelly said...

oh wow that red 60s mini is amazing!!!!!!

~Jolene'sMemoryKeeping said...

wow! I really like that last dress as well, sigh one can dream.

hasoon said...

The red mini is SO good. There really is no word but FIERCE.

M said...

Hi! I just found your blog recently - love it, and your etsy shop! So many cute things!

I was wondering, since you seem extremely knowledgeable about etsy selling, :-) how do you determine the cost of shipping? Is there a chart, etc. or does it vary by weight? I'm hoping to start selling a few items on etsy (vintage odds and ends), but I can't quite figure this part out.

Thank you for any help/info you can pass along!

Solanah said...

Hi there M :)

If you go to usps.com you can calculate postage and see flat rate options.

Bionic Unicorn said...

Your photography and graphics make my heart a flutter! I love your design aesthetic. I especially love the ballerina look!

Sandy's Fancy Pants Antiques and Collectibles said...

Why oh why can I not find a model like the one in the blue suit. Very nice.

The Cottage Cheese said...

Wow, you look fantastic! I'm so sad (though not at all surprised) that the ballerina costume has already sold. Funny, I have an item in that same vintage gift guide. Love your shop and your blog!

Vicki said...

Your photography, staging, and sets are remarkable. Very artistic. Its vintage and its art1

Cindy said...

I just love the ballerina costume/photo! Have you ever considered selling prints of your photos? The ballerina one would be a hit for sure!