As I am catching up on blogs and the internet in general, I am finding some amazing gems and have decided to share some links with you while I get myself together for some “proper” posts from some of the wonderful “new” vintage beauty & charm books I have picked up. I have also included some old favourites.
I highly recommend this post to everyone. Most of the examples in this article are the reasons I haven’t had girl friends until recently.
The only sort of “fashion tips” I follow.
I am not a big fan of resolutions – but these are ones I definitely want to get on top of this year.
A Mix of very tongue-in-cheek and pretty solid advice. You choose which is which 😉
One of the inspirations for this very blog.
I love this as most posts on these are very Americanised. Op shopping does appear to be a little different here and these are great suggestions.
fantastic run down of the undergarments of Mad Men along with current etsy listings.
Reading books with a vintage flair (or set in vintage times) – not necessarily classics. Count me in!
I love this blog post. If you want to learn pin curls, you really do just have to keep trying.
One of the inspirations for this blog. I love all these posts!
A wonderful guest post by Ruby Amoire on styling very curly and coarse hair. This girl has amazing style and great advice.
This video shows how to cut and restyle a mans trilby hat. I have a feeling this is how they made the hat Ruth got for Christmas in “Wartime Farm”.
Great advice on how to look after your vintage clothes.
An adorable foam roller set.
The amazingly knowledgeable Nicole of Circa Vintage Melbourne shares some of her experiences and advice.
I wear this look all the time. A great (and relatively easy) everyday casual look.
A blog series on (obviously) the art of seduction.
Great tips on buying vintage shoes from op shops (thrift shops).
These are just adorable and my eldest daughter loves them!
An excellent post on vintage clothing sizes!
That’s right – Miss Teese now has an advice column!
Another pretty self explanatory title. I love scarves and am always looking for new ways to wear them.
Fantastic tips on building a vintage wardrobe of your own.
Tips on buying vintage.
An old post – but I am using this as my vintage shopping list at the moment.
A few tips on buying vintage accessories.
Please feel free to comment and link to other great posts I may have missed during my internet blackout.