Thursday, September 9, 2010

dead leaves and the dirty ground

At last! Autumn is in the air and light here--is it where you are, too?

I don't go back to school anymore, but autumn always makes me want to shop and update my wardrobe. Here are some great items coming to the Etsy shop shortly in case you're looking to do the same.


The Peaceable Kingdom print dress.




1950s white lace and ruching blouse.




1950s plaid bow print rayon blend day dress.




Cafe au lait pointelle wrap cardigan.




1980s bubble skirt & bow party dress.




1950s plaid flannel pencil skirt.




1960s daisy spiral taffeta dress with belt.




1950s sepia rose print top, by Miss Sun Valley.




1980s silky bohemian jeweltone paisley print dress.




Art teacher novelty print top.




1940s red skirt suit, Weathervane tailored by Handmacher.




1960s children's flare pants with the most insane owl and kitty cat print.




1960s gingham print scooter dress.




1970s yellow ruffle collar sweater with embroidered and beaded flowers, by Country Craft.




1950s Royal Crown Cola blouse.




Ivory lace 1980s does 1920s ascot neck dress.




1960s psychedelic print blouse.




1950s L'Aiglon silky taffeta swiss dot shirtwaist dress.




Jantzen fawn cableknit polo cardigan.




Wool plaid romper with belt, by Junior House.




Cocoa sweater with lace collar.




1950s Jonathan Logan grid print dress.




Bright psychedelic vine shift dress, by Westover Twinkle Packable.




1950s buffalo check dress with awesome wooden cone-shaped buttons, by Julie Miller.



xo
K

9 comments:

  1. great update (as always)! and i must say, dead leaves and the dirty ground is one of my favorite songs, and it's kind of perpetually stuck in my head during autumn

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  2. I LOVE those children pants.

    So happy fall has finally arrived since it's my favorite season....the weather, the leaves, the beer, Halloween, ect...

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  3. oh Karen! I'm going crazy over those prints...especially the art teacher one. Gonna have to watch your items closely now that I know how fast my favorites sell!

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  4. That cocoa sweater is amazing...Something you could pull from Anthropologies shelf.

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  5. loving this cool weather and love even more knowing there is more on it's way!

    i love the sepia rose top, you always find really great stuff.

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  6. LOVE the adorable cocoa sweater!
    Purple-Deer is right — it's very Anthropologie.

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  7. that peaceable kingdom dress is AMAZING!!!

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  8. Ditto the comment by Sadie Rose. :) p.s. Anthropolgie seems to be really big as people are always mentioning how certain vintage clothing is "so Anthro". I think it came to the U.S. after I was already an expat, so I don't really know it....

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  9. hehe the at teacher top is cute!

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