Travel Tuesday in the 1930’s

If you’re finding your head in the clouds on this work day morning, we’ll give you good reason to keep it there, dreaming about the luxurious aviation of the distant past. In the 1930’s as air travel began its ascension to the popular and most efficient route of global travel, the designs of airline interiors…

The Beautiful Bygone of Jacki Geary’s Portraits

 These women are confident, classy and stylish. Even a bit mysterious. That’s how Jacki Geary would call her stunning portraits of early 20th Century women, staring back at their viewers defiantly and a bit with flirtation. Bringing to life the spirit of the 1920’s flapper through their gaze isn’t just the magic that Jacki Geary…

Marjorie Mercantile is OPEN!

Less than a few months after releasing the Spring/Summer issue, Marjorie Magazine is proud to present to our readers our expansion in an exciting new way: our online store! Marjorie Mercantile carries only the most unique yet affordable thrift items, along with antiques and delicate typewritten work. Of course, here is where you will be…

Mona and Maurice: Their Romantic Road Wonderfully Traveled

Photos Courtesy of Mona Jones Getting around for some of us might be a more difficult task than expected, depending on where you live. But perhaps you hate walking around Manhattan but don’t mind the subway; if your car breaks down on the Santa Monica Boulevard at least there’s thousands of Uber drivers whizzing around…

Bruges Beckons: Our Travel Guide

As the train from Brussels pulls into the Bruges station at noontime, the weather is warm and it feels uniquely like you were back in the arms of familiar friends. In Europe, you can visit the sensationalized metropolitans of Berlin or Paris and London, but in spite of their excitement and rich histories, they sometimes…

Marjorie Magazine: Spring & Summer 2017

We couldn’t be more pleased to finally give you all our beautifully-crafted jewel that is Marjorie Magazine: Spring & Summer 2017! Within the pages you’ll find our featured articles from incredible contributors and photos that capture the beauty of the past in the present. For 48-pages it is a fairly quick read, and even more…