So, I opened up a shop!

I’ve been thinking about sharing my knitting patterns for a while now. I have ‘saved’ so many vintage magazines, and I want to share these with the world. I’m too afraid people will cut my magazines up (there are people who actually sell individual pages of magazines so people can use this as decoration and […]

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Review: the Little Dictionary of Fashion by Christian Dior

Christian Dior is credited to be the inventor of the New Look in 1947. His use of fabric after the war was equally scandalous as it was amazing. Fabric became a luxury in the war, and the New Look used a lot of fabric to get the fullness in the skirt. Long story short; Christian […]

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Stitchcraft Magazine

Out of my entire vintage magazine collection, Stitchcraft Magazine is by far the biggest collection. I own quite a few, ranging from the 1950s to the 1960s and let me tell you why. Stitchcraft Magazine is one I highly recommend if you are into needlework, because this magazine has tons of amazing patterns for knitting, […]

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Review: Addicted to Americana by Charles Phoenix

If there’s anything you need to know about me, I love kitchy 50s stuff. This book seemed right up my alley! Let’s have a look: Title: Addicted to Americana Author: Charles Phoenix Pages: 176 Published:  October 10th 2017 by Prospect Park Books ISBN: 9781945551192 Raised on a used-car lot, Charles Phoenix was destined to become […]

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Audrey Hepburn’s most underrated movie

I love Audrey Hepburn. Not just as an actress, but as an actual person. She is truly amazing. I have tons of movies of her and books! She was an amazing person, my favourite quote (that’s actually on my resumé!) of her is: As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other […]

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Review: 100 Years of Fashion by Cally Blackman

Did I get this book because Audrey Hepburn is on the cover? Maybe. Do I regret it? Not at all! Title: 100 Years of Fashion Author: Cally Blackman Pages: 400 Published:  May 16th 2012 by Laurence King Publishing ISBN: 9781856697989 This book documents in pictures the most exciting and diverse period in fashion: from 1900 […]

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Think Pink!

My sister, Sophie, is a photographer. I’m pretty lucky, as my younger brother works in the film industry as well! So naturally, I had to study makeup artistry to complete this line in our family. Anyways, my younger sister was willing to make photos with me for my blog this month so here’s my absolutely […]

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Home Notes Magazine

I talked about Good Housekeeping a few days ago, so let’s have a look at my other favourite magazine: Home Notes! Home Notes is a typical magazine: it talks about children, fashion, cooking, needlecrafts, short stories, the lot! I really enjoy reading these as they are an amazing look into the past and they are […]

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My Favourite Vintage Knitting Etsy Stores!

Since about a year, I’ve taken up knitting. Why, you may ask? Because there are tons of clothes I see the pretty ladies in movies wear, that I can’t find anywhere! I love the 1950s style, but I either have to sell my kidneys to pay for it, or I can’t find anything like it. […]

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Winter Outfits

As Spring is finally upon us, let’s have a look at my favourite outfits of the past few months! Winter is my least favourite season, as I hate the cold and making outfits is so much harder for me. So let’s have a look at my favourite ones! Top: Princess Highway Skirt: Dancing Days by […]

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