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Meet Elvia Lahman and Hannah Metz, founders of The Loved One. What began as a vintage wholesale business quickly blossomed into a popular online store and a series of pop-up shops in Los Angeles and New York. Priding themselves on their selection of quality vintage and American-made lingerie, the pair eventually settled into their own retail space in Pasadena. The Loved One now carries their own line of lingerie and a line of clothing reconstructed from vintage ... Read More
These adorable dresses will put a spring in your step! Zoe Miyori Fujii Exploding Poppies Shift, $125, zoemiyorifujii.etsy.com Darling Karen Dress (in Dusky Teal), $110, darlingclothes.com Lulu’s Lead the Sway Maxi Dress, $138, lulus.com Dear Creatures Elena Dress (in Mustard), $90, dearcreatures.com Motel Topi Tea Dress (in Morris Flower), $68, motelrocks.com Modcloth Meet the Author Dress, $53, modcloth.com (available in ... Read More
Venturing into the wild, or just setting up camp in your living room?  Add some luxury to the great outdoors with this Good Stuff collected by Stephanie J. Play Tent, $115, BELITTLEYOUANDME.ETSY.COM Wind Spinner, $10, AMAER.ETSY.COM Upcycled Camping Stool, $45, CONFETTIRIOTSHOP.ETSY.COM Blanket, $128, GYPSYA.ETSY.COM Organic Dry Shampoo, $32, SKINNYSKINNY.COM Cosmetic Clutch, $36, CONNECTEDGOODS.COM Organic Lip Tint, $10, ... Read More
Sure, you can buy vintage dresses on eBay, but if you want the good shit, you need to hit a thrift store. I’m talking about Goodwill, Savers, and the Salvation Army—places that smell like an artisanal blend of human pee, cat pee, and mold; where every coat pocket is stuffed with a wadded-up tissue. When it comes to the thrill of the hunt, nothing compares to a straight-up thrift score. Are you ready to attack this experience like a ravenous tiger with ... Read More
Bold, retro, fun - Hey, Dollface! promises to brighten up any outfit with their adorable jewelry and accessories.  Pearls, hearts and flowers give Hey, Dollface! pieces their signature classic meets modern look.  Creator of Hey, Dollface!, Jen Macaluso, is a New York City native, artist and DIY dame. To learn more about Jen and her whimsical work, read our interview below.  Tell us about yourself. My name is Jen Macaluso and I’m the doll ... Read More
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