By Marjorie Magazine Most of us have been staying home, and trying to stay fabulous- and all while staying comfy, too! Disastrous doesn’t have to align with “drab,” and so to dress stylishly for a year like 2020, there’s nothing more fitting than the long-awaited revival of the house dress and its casual yet manicured… Read More The Quiet Comeback of the House Dress
A classic summer celebration calls for a dress that’s just as grand! Even after the 4th of July has come and gone, these styling ideas sing all the right notes for all summer long. Take a look at our picks for perking up Independence Day, for even if you’ll be having small festivities at home,… Read More Sparkle with Our 4th of July Styling!
By Rachel Hayden The sun is shining, heat is beginning to creep into our days with the promise of summer. Perky sundresses and summer-ready high-waisted shorts fill closets around the world, waiting patiently for their turn to mingle at the vintage fair, farmers market, or leisurely park picnic. Despite the blue skies and scorching warmth… Read More Stay In, In Style: Pandemic and the Vintage Marketplace
Photos by Catie Beatty A traditional feast for the eyes, we’ve always found ourselves drawn to budding collections of Christmas ornaments, especially if collected over time. Years of memorable moments and quirky homemade pieces offer a glimpse, like a snow globe, back into the past of perfect memories and warming traditions during the holiday season,… Read More A Piece of Holiday Traditions from Fleur D’Elise Vintage Ornaments
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… Read More Marjorie Mercantile is OPEN!