Bed of Roses Nightgown – $25
You know what they say about spring showers, don’t you? Even though for some of our customers, this wacky winter of an early spring may have brought on more snowstorms than warm and fragrant April rainstorms, that’s no excuse not to be breaking out May flower-prints at the optimal seasonal time.
So, we made sure to stock up our store – both online and brick-and-mortar – with lots of sweet floral prints from a variety of eras to satisfy that springtime urge to let your wardrobe blossom.
If you’re looking to spruce up your work ensemble, check out some of our structured 1960s A-line dresses, like this jaw-dropping blue-daisy decked number à la Megan Draper or something from the 70s with a bit more leg like this fresh green dress for work or play.
Floral Play – $45 for the set
And of course, never ignore the opportunity to mix recent fashion revivals with your vintage finds. In the wake of all the excitement over the peplum come-back, check out the 1960s matching ensemble (right) we found. All the gorgeous quality of a true vintage find with all the buzz of a “new” fashion craze.
How do you feel about florals? Are you ready to bathe yourself in begonias with something like a full-length 1970s flower child dress or do you prefer to go the understated route with a flowered accessory like this little clutch?
Let us know! We want to hear your thoughts and see pictures of your favorite floral fashion finds. While we wait, we’ll just go back to smelling the roses (and enjoying the weather).
While spring might not officially be in the air just yet (Punxsutawney Phil says 6 more weeks!), February presents the perfect excuse to get fluttery and romantic with your wardrobe.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and while you pick out the perfect card for your sweetheart, bake heart-shaped cakes for your friends, and all-around dominate the month of February, you might as well look fantastic while you’re at it!
Take a cue from the month’s obvious color scheme and reach for the pinks and reds in your wardrobe. Layer according to the temperature in your current locale (our model on the left there brilliantly combined a sheer and ruffled ecru blouse with a cozy angora sweater-vest from the 1960s to create a sweet and stylish ensemble perfect for a seamless transition from a spontaneous rendezvous with someone special to afternoon tea with friends and family.
For date night or drinks with your friends, consider a bolder choice like this sexy maxi skirt made from Victorian lace and left entirely sheer to show off your legs. If you’re the more reserved type, you can still keep it demure (though daring) with a conversation piece like a silk flower for your hair in a bright, light-catching pink.
Remember, the secret to romance is the risk. Apply that to both your love life and your wardrobe, and you’re in for a February to remember!
How can you watch Casablanca and not admire the style-icon that was Ingrid Bergman? In this photo, the cool, contained Ilsa sports a knock-out jeweled brooch on the lapel of her gorgeous shirt dress.
The brooch has gone in and out of vogue on a steady rotation since the dawn of fashion. More recently, you can see them sprucing up gowns on the red carpet, dresses on the first lady, and even adding some sparkle to cloth headbands on it girls.
If you’re looking to add a classic vintage brooch to your collection, it’s important to consider versatility and your personal style.
Whether you want a pop of color like this cheerful red leaf clip or a classic statement of Old Hollywood style a la Bergman like this Blue Rhinestone flower, a well-chosen brooch has the potential to become your signature piece, combining in a variety of ways with the most dressed down to the most formal of your wardrobe pieces.
If you’re not quite ready to commit to something as daring as the above choices, go for a neutral, matte metal in a classic cut. Silver and gold are the obvious choices, like this classic gold leaf, but pearl and black are also solid choices for an understated but elegant addition to your lapel.
1950s Velveteen Party Dress
With our store-front in sunny Florida, Yesterdaze will greet December perhaps dreaming of a White Christmas but never needing more than a light cardigan.
Though, while we in the sub-tropics revel in the occasional opportunity to slide into a pair of boots, the temperatures in the rest of the States continue to drop, providing the perfect opportunity for those cozy and timeless fabrics to return to wardrobes around the world.
Our etsy store is bursting with options to wrap up in through the winter to come.
We suggest velvet (left), tweed, and wool to stay toasty throughout the holiday season without compromising a sense of elegance and style.
We’ve got a big selection of our curly canine friends!
Poodles you can wear…
Poodles that sit up and look cute…
In glass being artsy or a bottle….
Poodles for your table…
Poodles for your wall…..
And an elegant sitting poodle for your floor!