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Sorry love, you’re getting a christmas jumper!

Oh how we all laughed together with Bridget back in 2001 when we saw Mark Darcy’s christmas jumper which he wore only to please his mother.

Who would have thought that only a decade later, christmas jumpers are going to be considered really trendy and super cute! I wear mine all winter…8))

Here is an awesome selection of vintage and handmade festive knits – still plenty of time to shop online!—jm1021-red/168105

Rudolph Reindeer Christmas Sweater with squeaker behind his nose and bells on his antlers

Christmas Reindeer Hoodie Shirt "Norwegian X-Mas"—santas-reindeer—black/603681


Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.

Yes the Autumn is most definitely here. Sigh. So unless you are lucky enough to live in Australia or somewhere forever hot and sunny, you better make a list of things you love about autumn. Trust me, you will be surprised how many you shall find! Number one? A CAPE! You don’t even have to go very far to find an awesome, cuddly and stylish vintage cape: is here to help. Take your pick:

Vintage 60's Long Camel Cape with Belt

AUTUMN SALE  Vintage 1960's-70's Plaid Wool Mod Blue and Green Cape

Vintage 60s 70s Cape Poncho

Lil Red Riding -EPIC Vintage Raspberry Cape Coat

60s Vintage Green Wool Cape

Vintage military style navy cape with matching mini-dress

Vintage 1970s Pendleton Wool Cape

Vintage 60's 70's Ethnic Cape Coat // Native American Poncho Sweater

Style over Speed

As of next week I am starting a new job which means cycling to work every day and I am beyond excited! I have seen many beautiful and stylish girls on their bikes in London and Paris and really want to check out Copenhagen which is famous as a capital of city cycling.  I have collected some photos of cool girls on their bikes below and although I am not brave enough to cycle without a helmet, I will sure have fun finding new ways of cycle-dressing up.

This is my favourite photo…she is so beautiful I almost overlooked her prosthetic leg. Moving and inspiring..amazing shot!

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Both photos by Jak & Jil

All photos by Horst Friedrichs

I want to live in Moonrise Kingdom

Its been a couple of months since I have seen this film but I think of it often because I loved it so much. Too long ago I have watched anything so sweet, funny, clever, touching and extremely well styled at the same time. This is a film which will make you remember your first teenage love, those long summers when you were little and it will also make you somehow believe in future. And it really made me want to produce that amazing shoulder bag/carrier so I could take my cat with me everywhere 8))










All photos found through Google.

My own little Moonrise Kingdom in Norfolk

The truth behind the feather headdress

Will you be wearing a feather headdress of sort to a festival or a party this summer? Then let me tell you about where these originally come from..

War bonnets are the impressive feather headdresses commonly seen in Western movies and TV shows. Although warbonnets are the best-known type of Indian headdress today, they were actually only worn by a dozen or so Indian tribes in the Great Plains region, such as the Sioux, Crow, Blackfeet, Cheyenne, and Plains Cree. Most types of warbonnets were made from the tail feathers of the golden eagle, and each feather had to be earned by an act of bravery. Sometimes a feather might be painted with red dye to commemorate a particular deed. Besides the feathers, Plains Indian warbonnets were often decorated with ermine skins and fancy beadwork. Warbonnets were important ceremonial regalia worn only by chiefs and warriors. Also, only men wore warbonnets. (Women sometimes went to war in some Plains Indian tribes, and there were even some female chiefs, but they never wore these masculine headdresses.) Plains Indian men occasionally wore warbonnet headdresses while they were fighting, but more often saved their war bonnets for formal occasions. In particular, long feather trailers were never worn on the battlefield. It would be impossible to fight while wearing them!

In the 1800’s, Native American men from other tribes sometimes began to wear Plains-style warbonnets. Partially this was because of the American tourist industry, which expected Native Americans to look a certain way. Partially it was because many Native American tribes were forced to move to Oklahoma and other Indian territories during this time in history, so tribes that used to live far apart began adopting customs from their new neighbors. In most cases, the feather warbonnet did not have the same significance among the new tribes that adopted it. For them, it was a matter of fashion or a general symbol of authority. But for the Plains Indian tribes, feather warbonnets were a sacred display of a man’s honor and courage, and each feather told a story. Eagle feathers are still sometimes awarded to Plains Indians who serve in the military or do other brave deeds today.

The Indian headband is also well-known from movies and other popular images of Native Americans. However, this style of headband was typically only used by a few tribes of the northeast Woodlands. Usually the headband consisted of a finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it. This band was then tied around the brow with a feather or two tucked through the back. Not only eagle feathers but turkey, hawk, egret, and crane feathers were also used for Woodland Indian headbands. Both men and women wore headbands and these were not associated with war. The number and type of feather did not usually have special symbolic meaning, though in a few tribes that bordered the Plains eagle feathers were reserved for warriors. For the most part, Woodland Indian headbands were worn for their beauty, and were often decorated with intricate patterns and  beads.

You can find many beautiful headdresses on so if you like this style, wear it with pride, but do not fight!8)

FROST DANCE Feather Headdress

Feather Headdress - The Flame Feather Headdress

Customizable Feather Mohawk / Headdress - "Rainbow Brite"

Feather Headpiece




Lets go swimming

Swimsuits are back in the spotlight whether you like it or not. There is plenty to chose from in shops but if you fancy something different, there is always Etsy. Whether you prefer sporty, retro or monokini, there is something for everyone. Lets hope we will get enough sunshine to show them off!

Bright Delight Swimsuit L

FREE SHIPPING Swimsuit One Piece "Battle Mixer"

The Piccadilly Lilly  is a Vintage Inspired Swimsuit

Vintage Inspired Color Pop Halter Swimsuit

Sale One pice tuxedo swimsuit xs-xL made to order

gennia maillot... one-piece swimsuit

Duotone body

Disco Pants

I see more and more of these AA disco pants on London streets and I love it!!!


We need more disco pants in our life!!!

Dakota Fanning in The Runaways

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