|Ebay is going in full swing. Thanks to my new photo kit and garment steamer - listing multiple ads has been a breeze. The photo kit was only $135, and it includes 3 backgrounds, lights and the racks. Low quality stuff - but it is perfect for what I'm using it for. |
Do you have a GARMENT STEAMER? I got the one above (mixed in with the photography stuff) from Mr. C for Christmas. This handy device makes your clothes look brand new in about 30 seconds, and it gets rid of the vintage funk from clothing. Why didn't I get one of these sooner? I'm thinking this is a must-have for any woman that loves clothes or is handling resale garments. My only wish on this item is that the steaming cord and the electrical cord was longer.
|I wore this on Wednesday when I decided to brave the mall to return a few gifts. It's hard to tell, but I have matching orange tights on with my orange mini skirt and a layer of sockens peeking out of my brown leather boots. It's been an orange themed week.|
|Yesterday I spent the day with my amazing neice who was visiting from Utah. I took her to a few of my favorite thrift stores and we had a blast. |
When shopping....one must sport vintage looks. Yesterday's outfit was "East European meets the 1960's". Vintage scarf (op shopped $1.99), 60's Mod Shirt (Carousel Vintage $24.99), 70's Tassle necklace (gift). I know the gloves are a bit odd, but I have to wear them when thrifting or else I get germ/bacteria overload.
|I found these yesterday too and had to have them. They are solid wood and were only $3 a piece. My plan is to sand them down, stain them to match my dark wood pieces in the house. I have old hardware from the Germany Flea Markets, so I'll attach them and reattach the doors as a wall panel (or something else more creative). We'll see what really ends up happening. More projects to work on....|