Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Newest Items at SassySisterVintage

Here's some of the items I've put in my shop (or will be) this week:

This gorgeous 1940s black cocktail dress will be in my shop in the next day or so.

Coral Pink 1970s Grecian Goddess Dress in SassySisterVintage now.

Amazing 1960s Alfred Shaheen dress is my shop now.

1950s Illusion Lace Dress with Ribbon Detail in my Shop now.

1940s Black Cocktail Dress with Pale Pink Insert with Rhinestones.

Handmade necklace made from a large opaque white/cobalt blue vintage marble and antiqued copper chain.  In SassySisterVintage now!

LARGE sized 1950s needlepoint bag/purse.

Thanks for looking!

Monday, December 6, 2010

I'm In Love with Vintage Sweater Dresses!

This past Friday I went into one of my favorite places to find vintage and happened upon this light mint green sweater dress from the 1970s by Lillie Rubin.  My intentions were to put it in my shop to sell.  I tried it on and immediately thought.....nope, this won't go in my shop for a while.  I like it too much!

Not only did it fit well but it was super comfy too!

I decided to browse through vintage sweater dresses on Etsy today.  Here's some super cute one's I found:

The first one comes from TreeandKimballMarket.  Not only is the dress cute but I love the fabulous wallpaper background.

This one comes from TheRubyKitten.  It looks super comfortable!

 This one is from Studio1950.  Would look super cute with a pair boots.

and this one from the thevintagemistress.  LOVE this color!

Thanks for looking!

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Button, Button, Who's Got the Buttons (and Marbles)?

I recently added jewelry to my shop that I've been making.  I couldn't resist the urge to be creative and make something, and why not put it in my shop?  In addition, my mom just taught me soldering and I'm having the best time with it! 

I've collected vintage buttons and marbles for some time and have several drawers full.  I'm going to add other vintage findings to my designs as time permits....that's the key TIME!  Where does it go?

Thanks for looking!