To find what you are looking for you need to know what it is or what its called. So I decided to make this easy keyword post. This will help you know what words you can use when you search for clothes. This is not all fabrics, necklines, and words there is. But this is … Continue reading Building a vintage wardrobe part 2: Vintage keywords
Disclaimer: This is by no mean sponsored and it is my true thought on the product. Redbird is two vintage-loving sisters (Sarah & Karen) behind the scenes styling and putting together boxes. One day they hope to have a whole vintage-loving team but in the meantime they need to limit the amount of subscriptions they … Continue reading Redbird vintage subscription box Review
Disclaimer: This is by no mean sponsored and it is my true thought on the product. I have never been a makeup girl. I remember that my mom used lipstick when I was a kid but she stopped rather soon when I got older. My dad hated the thought of makeup that would hide my … Continue reading Vintage Inspired Makeup
So I found this professor article about how much different chores burn in calories. And many of them really chocked me so I thought it could be fun to share them with you. And somehow it fits into my blogging as a 40's and 50's housewife. How to burn calories and still clean your house. … Continue reading Chore-Workout
Going from a very warm summer, to be Sweden at least, to this cold rainy weather. It have really made my body all confused. I want to say sorry for not posting more often but many things have happened. At this moment my dad is in the hospital and I'm 4 hours away and can't … Continue reading Autumn thoughts
I have gotten the question on how to create or start building a vintage or retro wardrobe. So I thought it would be a good idea in making a blog series on what I have learned during my researches. Sometimes learning from your mistakes is a good thing. But I would say that buying the … Continue reading Build a vintage wardrobe Step 1: Who are you?
Yes, I have an confession. I LOVE patterns. I love following things that someone already spent time to figure out, why do I have to do his work again? You might now wonder why I say this? Well, I realized some people on the internet who do sewing think doing it without a pattern makes … Continue reading Vintage patterns I will try this autumn
This is the second part of the petticoat school; first one you could find here: Petticoat school – Part 1. Things you should consider when you are buying a petticoat: What is the desired “look” you are going for? Depending on your style your choice of petticoat will be different; a Lolita might want a puffy … Continue reading Petticoat school – Part 2