This Holiday Gift Guide for Vintage Beauties is for the glamorous types that would be happy to have seamed stockings in their stocking. This is one of my favorite gift guides to create as I’d rather be living in a Jean Harlow style boudoir wearing a floor length dressing gown and applying my lashes than doing whatever it is that I do all day. This is a gift guide for those on your list that are inspired by perfectly placed beauty marks, shiny martini shakers and the elegance… Continue reading | 7 Comments
I have seen the Royal Apothic line around and in the past I’ve bought a few of their hand creams. I never really tried the perfumes because Anthropologie never had testers out of the ones I wanted to try. I didn’t go out of my way to try them because at their price point and with the adorable vintage inspired packaging, I thought the line was only about the looks and not what was inside. Guess what? I was wrong!
Votivo Floure Candles as a line of candles in these gorgeous vessels inspired by the fringe on flappers’ dresses. This collection features Votivo’s most popular fragrances. When I got the candle, I immediately though mid-century modern with its cute tapered “legs” and the texture of the ceramic reminded me a little of West German pottery. My husband, a man not amused by my candle addiction, said this is the prettiest candle ever. He may not be amused by my wax addiction, but he does have… Continue reading | 2 Comments
It’s that time of the year again! EauMG Gift Guide time! Here’s my gift ideas for vintage loving gals and for those that crave a little more Old Hollywood glamour in their lives. This guide is for those that it was socially acceptable to walk around in floor length silk dressing gowns and really do use the “I’m washing my hair tonight” excuse (setting hair is serious business). If you know a lady that swoons over “authentic” reproduction nylons and crushes on Cary Grant, check out… Continue reading | 15 Comments
It always seems to shock people when I tell them that I’m not into vintage perfume. I’ve heard gasps before! They assume since I’ve always been into vintage style that I must love everything vintage. There are many reasons why I’m not a vintage perfume person. It’s not that I don’t appreciate or love them, it’s that I’m a perfume lover, not a collector. I don’t have the patience or money for vintages. You vintage collectors would crush me like a little twig. I can’t last a day in your on-line bidding world.