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Aladdin’s Shoe Cave

An American family have unearthed an Aladdin’s cave of mint-condition vintage shoes in an old building they inherited from their grandparents.  The building operated as a shoe store from the 1940s until the 1960s, but the doors had been locked for decades. Until now.  One of the family members posted the rare find to online noticeboard […]

Ode to Powdered Hair

I know it seems like I should have written about this right away when I saw the first Kevin Murphy hair chalk balls a few years back, and ombre was at its pinnacle peak, but to be quite honest the craze didn’t phase me then as it had while I was trudging down the rainy […]

Ode to Granny

I have always liked the term Granny Chic.  And how could I not really, after all it is the epitome of thrift.  But not only thrift.  There seems to be a luxury about it.  I hear granny chic and I think of natural fabrics that transcend time.  Wool?  That sweater may be itchy as hell […]

Olympic USA Sweaters

On February 7, 2014 team USA debuted their new sweaters at the olympic opening ceremony in Sochi, Russia.  To put it lightly, the USA sweater design has caused quite a hype.  Criticisms Rebena has been hearing are things like: “It looks like freedom barfed all over the USA team.” “Sweaters look like a slap at […]

Alice Wellinger

Never underestimate your grannie.  Inspiring.  Delightful.  Role Model.