Some opt for upright storage, like a hat stand, so they stack right on it. But my problem with that is you have to take them all off the stand to get to the one you want at the base.
Some people have them mixed loose in a box, but if you're looking for a certain style/color, it can take forever to dig through.
So I store my little collection in vintage stocking boxes. They're satin quilted boxes with six sections meant for rolled up stockings. But they fit bangles perfectly!
So using a vintage shoe holder works great, especially for vintage braziers, which don't have underwires to hinder fitting in a small pocket.
For more storage solutions checkout Scathingly Brilliants latest post on her top five storage solutions for small spaces.
I wore some assemblance of a deco outfit, and Mary was in a stunning red velvet hat and fuzzy swing coat. We met early and had breakfast at The Morning Star Cafe, then caught the show. Afterward we went to The Portland Design Collective and gawked at some pretties they have before taking over the photobooth.
First without vintage majorette hats, then with. Because that's what happens when you have majorette hats next to the photobooth.
1940s Blouse-Courtesy of Fab Gabs
A luncheon hosted by Julie of Fab Gabs was held at Hubers, and a group of vintage gals in our best finery gathered at a table, while other customers begged our waitress to ask what the fuss was about.