Monday, 25 August 2014

End of summer listings

Although August isn't even over yet, it definitely feels like summer is coming to an end. The temperatures are getting quite chilly and it's been raining most days over the past few weeks. The downpours have made taking photos quite a challenge but I've posted three new listings in the shop - all good items for wearing while the weather and seasons change. The first items are from more recent times: a lovely 70s-does-40s dress in a larger size and a 1980s sleeveless blouse with a
pretty floral print. 

1970s daisy print poly dress by Richard Stump

1980s roses and hydrangeas blouse
 And the final listing is a very special pair of mid-century capri pants. Unfortunately, these ones were rather tricky to photograph - they have the loveliest fit but it is hard to show while they are hanging on a hanger! Hopefully they will be snapped up soon and they can be shown off properly! They are made from really soft cotton and very comfortable.

1950s pale green cotton capri pants

I've got a mini mountain of new items to list (including the Art Deco jacket I mentioned in my last post!) - some are piled up here at home and others are off getting dry-cleaned. I will be away for some of this week so it may be a little while before the new items are up in the shop but I can't wait to share them here.

While I am away, there is going to be a little shipping delay - any items bought between Wednesday 27th August and Monday 1st September will ship on Tuesday (2nd September). During this time, you can use the shipping code SHIPPING10 at the check-out to get 10% off your order!

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Mid-century dresses

Three very special dresses have just been listed in the shop!

1950s crysanthemum print brushed cotton dress
1950s cotton voile paisley dress by Victor Josselyn
1940s emerald green wool dress
 I can't wait for these to find new homes...

As well as listing new items, I've also been gathering together some more pieces to add to the shop - the next update will feature a variety of decades and a particularly lovely Art Deco jacket. A lot of rain is forecast for tomorrow but if the sun does manage to shine, I'll be hopping out into the yard to take some pictures!