Behold this pretty little late 1930s dress. It’s made of paper thin silk that makes it the perfect dress for hotter days, so you’ll probably see me living in it all summer long. I actually picked this up at a yard sale and decided to keep it instead of adding it to the shop for obvious reasons, but I justified it in the end because of a few holes and tears in the fabric. I always get more compliments on my clothing when I wear vintage out in public, but this dress takes the cake. No one even notices the holes or imperfections. While I want to keep a lot of things I sell, I rarely do. I’ve probably only held back 5-10 items for myself over the course of selling vintage since 2012. That’s probably going to change though, because this dress makes me want to wear vintage everyday!
Sarah’s wearing: Vintage 1930s dress | Vintage 1950s brass ring (borrowed from my mom) | My all time favorite lip color Retro Matte Dangerous by MAC | Red patent leather flats by Adrienne Vittadini