Vintage 3 Piece Suit

So first the vest is reversible, because why not! Next I am sending the belt with it, since that is how the outfit was received, I figured why break it up. It has been lightly cleaned, no worries there. The jacket measures about 19″ across the back shoulders. The pants measure about 18″ across the …

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Vintage Boho Puffy Sleeve Dress

Feeling like you want to flaunt your bohemian spirit this upcoming holiday season? Do it stylishly in a sweet white/off-white lace dress. Gorgeous summer dress! Empire waist, puffy flowing sleeves. Bohemian dream! Best fit an XS-Small. It measures about 14″ across the empire waist.

Mid-Century Orange Side Chair Dining

Pull up a chair and dine in style! The chair offers great seating comfort, features an elegant wooden frame with armrests and an orange colored upholstery. Simple design, lots of style. The chair measures about 23″ across, about 19″ deep, and about 33″ high.

Vintage 1970s Plaid Maxi Skirt Classic Colors Black Red Silver

Full length A line vintage maxi skirt. Made in the 1970’s, this is a versatile, easy to wear wool plaid skirt. This vintage skirt is in excellent condition. It measures about 15″ across the waist, about 20 across the hips.

Sunday Huge Sidewalk Sale

Huge #sidewalksale @nha_minh Saturday and Sunday. #fleamarket #vintageclothing #vintageforsale A post shared by Lydia Rockett (@velma_vintage) on Jul 15, 2017 at 10:45am PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.jsHuge side walk sale. $5 bins, $10 bins, designer, vintage.

Mid Century Sideboard Credenza Dresser

This stunning credenza has been completely renewed with bright robin eggs blue paint to reveal a new classic beauty. It features 3 drawers total and 2 side cabinets with shelves to suit all your storage needs, whether it be in your bedroom or living room. This is a real stand-out piece! Tons of storage for …

Vintage Black Velvet Painting Landscape Scene Wood Frame

The 1970s trend was triggered by a man named Edgar Leeteg. In the 1930s, Leetag lived in Tahiti and was known as the “American Gauguin” for his paintings of tropical flowers, waterfalls and children. One fateful day, he went out to buy a canvas at a general store, but all the clerk had to offer …