Sunday, February 22, 2015

Instagram Recap - 2/15 ~ 2/22

If you aren't following me on Instagram, you probably should. It is my favorite app of all time and the one I use the most often. This last week has been frigid in Pennsylvania, hence old fuzzy head below. 

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I really love this headband. I got it at a thrift store for about $3.00 but it has this really expensive look to it. Valentine's Day was a snowy one for sure, a lot of people canceled their plans and stayed in which is exactly what we did. 

Despite the snow on Saturday, I still had some people come out to shop my vintage collection on Sunday! We had a really good time, especially since one of my shoppers was an old friend- my college R.A. Tim!

Texture, texture, texture in this outfit. I used a black and white filter mostly because the entire outfit was just that: black and white. Black shoes and black opaque tights = my legs looking much longer than what they actually are, but a short girl has to try! 

I was excited to receive this invite from Jie Lan of In the Eye Photography. Back in the summer I was featured on her blog as one of her subjects for the "People of Kennett Square". Her photographs from this project will be featured at Mala Galleria on March 6th in Kennett Square. An 11x16 of yours truly will be up for sale, in case anyone is looking to spruce up their walls! ;)

Sunday trippin' in my Jeep Wrangler. I never get to drive her much but when I do it takes me back to when I was 16 and first got my license. 

How was your week?

Monday, February 9, 2015

Vintage Nostalgia: Rose.Rabbit.Lie at the Cosmopolitan

What is your idea of glamour? To me, it is the 1920s. Sequins, feathers, fur, and fun dominated a decade when women really let go of society's idea of a "lady". If you would like to feel like a flapper or Gatsby for an evening you should take a trip to Vegas and visit Rose.Rabbit.Lie at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas.

This club offers dining, drinking, and (burlesque) dancing; perfect for a girl's night out or a romantic evening for two. 

I adjusted this challenge for my climate, our winter in Pennsylvania is much different than just about any season in Las Vegas. I paired this vintage fur with a sequin dress for some shimmer and a pop of color. The ankle strap pumps add texture to the whole look. It is all about the glamour.

Coat - Vintage Coat ℅ Baz Brothers Unlimited
Dress - Asos
Shoes - DSW

What would you wear for a vintage-inspired night on the town at Rose.Rabbit.Lie? 

Stay stylish!
Xoxo ~ Bridget 

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Just in Time for the Superbowl: Vintage Cheerleading Photos

What is a game of football without cheerleaders? Here is a little pre-Superbowl vintage cheerleading inspiration for you. Enjoy the game! 

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Follow Other People's Trash Vintage Clothing on Social Media!

So have you read this blog and like what you see? Follow us on social media for even more vintage goodness.

We post items for sale on our Facebook page and also keep you up to date with all the latest going on with Other People's Trash Vintage Clothing. This includes our flea market schedule. 

We post a wide variety of images to our Pinterest boards, most of which are vintage-centric. Follow us to get inspired! 
Instagram - @otherpeoplestrashvintage

By far our favorite social media app, Instagram is where we post images of vintage sales, daily life, and so much more. 

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Sunday is for Inspiration: Edition 3

Today's Sunday Inspiration is dedicated to André Courrèges. Courrèges was a French fashion designer known for his ultra-modern designs and is considered (although at times argued) to be the creator of the miniskirt.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Artists and Fleas NYC Vintage Showcase

Yesterday I traveled to Manhattan to attend Artists and Fleas Vintage Showcase. I am always happy to visit the city when vintage is involved in some way, shape, or form. That and Italian pastries from Rocco's and the burger at Les Halles, but back to the vintage! 

This event was open to the public and hosted at Openhouse on Mulberry Street, an amazing pop-up space that was inviting and intimate. A DJ and bar by Doc's Spirits created a party vibe that made shopping even more enjoyable. 

Below I will share some photos with you from various vendors that were present. I am not lying when I say that this was a vintage lover's dream come true. 

Mixed prints from Summer Mizera Vintage 

Look by Vetta Vintage 

Tees from Vetta Vintage

Dress from Vetta Vintage

 Headdress from Echo Supply Co.

Another headdress from Echo Supply Co.

Attention to detail by Echo Supply Co. 

Boots galore by Echo Supply Co.

Horn necklace by Just Say Native

Tones and textures by Just Say Native

Warm and fuzzy by Maeven

Textures by Maeven

Deadstock Sunglasses from Sunstruck

More sunglasses from Sunstruck

Overall, I had an amazing time and hope to return for the next vintage showcase hosted by Artists and Fleas!

Be sure to follow them on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook for updates!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Sunday Is for Inspiration: Edition 2

Another week, another Sunday. This week's vintage photos are a grouping of sweaters, perfect for fall. Enjoy!