Thursday, March 10, 2011

shoes, boots, bags, and Tumblr!

Because I don't already spend enough time online, I've started a Tumblr account. And I have to say: I'm addicted. Yeah, I'm late to the party, but whatever. I'm using it as a place to collect some of the many things with which I'm obsessed at any given moment, so expect to see lots about music, cocktails, wool socks, the Moomintrolls, Richard Armitage, terriers, etc. Fashion and vintage, too, even! (And if you have a Tumblr account, feel free to post it in the comments; I'm looking for interesting people to follow there.)


Here's a shop accessories update with lots of shoes, a few great leather bags, and more.


1950s Penney's Foremost mahogany leather work boots.




1980s woven leather ankle booties.




1960s deadstock cherry red pointy toe flats.




White bucks oxfords, by EnJolie.




Antiqued leather wingtip pumps.




1980s rainbow streamer wedges, by Sesto Meucci.




1950s men's cinnamon brown cap toe oxfords, by Edwin Clapp.




1960s deadstock caramel latte oxford flats, by Hi Brows.




1940s black nubuck bombshell pumps.




1980s Sebago Docksider boat shoes.




Adorable pink bow shoes.




1970s wood and leather high heel sandals, by Rapallo.




White fringe-y flat T-strap sandals, by Williams.




Red wooden clog sandals, by Berkemann.




1960s Schick safety razor, mint in packaging.




Western tooled leather purse.




Honey brown leather purse.




Painted tooled leather purse.




1950s pebbled leather zip-close portfolio with notebook paper.



Silk scarf with soldiers on horseback print.




Mid-century goldtone arrow brooch, by Trifari.




Deco tin and rhinestone brooch.




1950s magnolia blossom paper trays, by Kentley of Grand Rapids.




1960s novelty print--women on bicycles and pushing baby buggies, and men on scooters--apron with attached towel.




xo
K

8 comments:

  1. Oooh, I love those red sandals and that painted tooled purse. Such great stuff K!

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  2. Beautiful items and beautifully photographed! Also, I am off to follow your Tumblr right away!
    From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

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  3. CUTE stuff! I really like the 1940's black bombshell heels and the little pink shoes. The pin is great too. Great stuff, as usual <3

    I think I really need to get on the Tumblr bandwagon, it's one of the few social media outlets I don't use. Maybe soon!

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  4. i started a tumblr account for much the same reasons = i don't spend enough time online & a place to put things. but i have to say i've neglected it quite a bit since i've started pinning on pinterest ... i can invite you if you want ...
    but you'll have to tell me how you posted a full treasury!

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  5. Karen..I would die to slip on a pair of Women's White Bucks by En-Jolie. Are they for sale? Steffie

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    1. Hello, Steffie. Unfortunately, those shoes have sold.

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  6. Karen..I would love a pair of Women's White Bucks by Enjolie. Help. Steffie

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