Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Pin-Up Glam to Groovy Kitch - Sexy Vintage Finds

Psssst! Hey... did you hear those crickets?!?

Yes, I've been neglectful of the blog the last few days. It's been tax time around here, you see, and we've been busy visiting a tax consultant (three days in a row, in fact). All other responsibilities had to be put on hold while we catered to the whims, desires and demands of the tax goddess, Terry, who is really a miracle worker of the greatest sense. (After all, I might just be able to pay off 1/2 our credit card bill with this return... YAY!)

That said and all apologies given... I'd like to introduce you to today's wonderful handmade shop!

Empress Jade Vintage is an absolutely wonderful shop I came across the other day, and one you really won't want to miss. Especially if, like me, you really have a great appreciation for the fashion styles of decades gone by.

They carry a variety of cute, indie, fashionable vintage clothing from party and day dresses to accessories as well as tons of fabulous vintage lingerie.

Whether you're a fan of the Bombshell 50s style, Mad Men 60s look, Rich Hippie & Disco 70s styles or the 80s New Wave trends, you're not going to be disappointed in this shop. They have the classics that made each decade unique and photographs that really show off their merchandise well.

Empress Jade sells authentic vintage women's fashions and almost never have more than one of the same item. More often than not, her pieces are one of a kind, so once they are sold they are gone forever. So with that in mind, don't miss out! Visit and take a look around and if you like what you see, be sure to check back for new OOAK vintage items because the shop is updated regularly!

TO VISIT THE EMPRESSJADEVINTAGE SHOP ON ETSY, YOU CAN CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE OR, IF YOU'D RATHER, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

2 comments:

kittyd said...

What a lovely shop. I shouldn't of clicked, too many things I want! :)

http://kittyd.etsy.com

Splendid Things said...

wow! great shop! i love the FLOATY Yellow Chiffon Sheer Nylon Vintage 70s Nightgown. cheers, j

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