Tuesday, March 9, 2010

no cherry blossoms here

I am becoming increasingly jealous of the cherry blossom photos I keep seeing posted by bloggers out west. But even though we still have snow on the ground in western Michigan, the birds are chirping and making it sound like spring. Thank you, birds!

Here is this week's shop preview.

Atomic starburst necklace by Sarah Coventry.

1940s or early 1950s blue plaid dress.

Olive green cardigan with the most fantastic buttons--square amber moonglow plastic!

1960s snakeskin print dress by R&K Originals.

1940s dot print blouse by Hill-Day.

Bluebells and butterflies print dress by Cos Cob.

Schlitz ringer t-shirt.

Russet brown feather fedora.

Bronze straw fedora with a great striped ribbon around the crown.

1960s emerald squiggle-print blouse.

1960s cotton piqué chainlink print shift by McMullen.

1950s gray striped seersucker full skirt.

White lace wiggle dress.

Maroon stripe cardigan by Koret of California with cool buttons!

Alfred Shaheen Japanese Kokeshi doll print maxi dress.

Detail of wonderful Shaheen print.

White bow neck blouse.

1950s olive green plaid schoolgirl dress.

Batik fish print shirt.

1960s kelly green nouveau floral print dress by Lady Bayard.

1950s architecture/spatter print oxford shirt by Lady Monticello.

Cocoa plaid dress with pockets.

Color stripe top with kerchief neck!

1980s polka-dot romper dress.

1960s triple ruffle tuxedo blouse.

1950s circus stripe dress.

1950s medallion and ivy print blouse by Donnkenny.

1960s pink and navy blue striped dress.

Botanical print dress by Cos Cob with poppies, camellias and peonies.

1960s parrot print dress by Parade New York.

1950s yellow rose and daisy print dress.



  1. That parrot print has caught my eye. Super cool.
    Hello over there in Western Michigan! :)

  2. Oh! My! Goodness! i am in love with the circus dress <3 love love love it!

  3. OMG yes that parrot print dress! Hope that gets to your shop soon (and that it fits me, of course :) )

  4. Ah, Jenn, I'm sorry to say that the parrot dress has already been sold and is on its way to a new home!


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