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!
Just as thrilling as it is to revel in the joys of summer with garden picnics, outdoor movie nights, and sandy beach days, so can the small moments of a summer spent in the city, particularly from one’s fire escape. The space may be small, and the sights many be stifled by tall buildings, but… Read More Summer on the Fire Escape, A Playlist
This week celebrates a momentous moment in art deco history: the day that the Golden Gate Bridge officially opened on May 27th, 1937. From symbols of America’s resilience from sea to shining sea, to her disastrous cameo appearances in films like Planet of the Apes and Godzilla, the Golden Gate Bridge remains a fixed icon… Read More The Golden Gate Bridge Turns 83: Happy Birthday to Our Grand Lady of the West!
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
Story and Photos by Marjorie Magazine This article originally appeared in our 2019 issue. Find the magazine here for purchase. Nothing softens the blow of everyday demands like a favorite drink. Especially for tea, the mixture of fruits, flowers, and herbs presents a delicate taste that seems to transform you into different moods and memories… Read More Sipping to the Imagination with Tea Spectral
By Jodi Truglio Photos Courtesy of Unique Vintage Nestled in Burbank, California’s historical district of Magnolia Park lies Unique Vintage’s store front. From the outside the brick building may not look like much, but once you step inside you will soon come to realize that each piece of clothing featured in Unique Vintage’s store is… Read More A Unique Outlook on Fashion
By Jodi Truglio The Roaring Twenties represented a time of transformation for many Americans, notably for women whose roles drastically changed During World War I. Recruited to hold jobs left behind by men who had gone to war, About 25% of women by 1920 who were no longer content with staying home. As a result… Read More Spotted for the Decade: 1920’s in 2020
By Darlene Alvarez While scrolling through Instagram you cant help but be hit with beautiful inspiration. It was then that I noticed that so many lovely people were taking part in weekly challenges, and I knew I had to be a part of it! Vintage Weekly (@vintage.weekly on Instagram) is bringing something unique to our… Read More Vintage Weekly: The Ladies Behind the Instagram Sensation
Photos and Story by Kristen Van Uden As the Twilight Zone proclaimed, “People are alike all over.” Nothing captures the truth of this statement – across time as well as space – so uniquely as vernacular photography. With the rising availability of affordable cameras in the early twentieth century, photography provided a new means of… Read More The Stolen Souls: Finding Ourselves in Vintage Photography
Story and Photos by Sam Doss As an avid gardener and outdoors kind of girl, the winter can seem interminably long. So, when I can no longer wait for spring to arrive, I make my own springtime indoors! I love to decorate with vintage and antiques, and I do it with items I already own,… Read More A Sentimental Spring Inside the Home