Around the World Wide Web III

1. Hippie High

1 My adoptive siblings grew up in these era. My mother kept their clothes in the closet located in the other bedroom, one weekend when I was in freshmen high, I got bored so I raided said closet. I still remember the overwhelming smell of moth balls and old clothes like it was yesterday. it was a treasure throw for vintage lovers. My favorite piece was my brother’s brown belly bottoms. I went to a catholic private school that has a ridiculous uniform policy so I only got to wear them on the occasional “civilian” event and on weekends when I go out with friends. This image makes me nostalgic. via Retronaut

2. This vintage Chanel image

1 I have a thing with old photos in any form. Vintage fashion snapshots are especially a plus. via Life

3. Illustration of Oscar Awards dresses worn by the Best Actress through out the years

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4. Another article on why everybody should make Audrey Hepburn their hero.

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5. This Parisian home away from home

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Super chic and charming, this is my kind of place. Paris here I come

via AirBnB

6. This art deco inspired wedding band

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The hubs and I are renewing our wedding vows this year, I am now in wedding preparation mode. We didn’t have a big church wedding 10 years ago so this year in commemoration of that big event in our lives, we are throwing a huge party. It will be non-traditional, indie close friends and family type. I am so excited.

via Katie Diamond

Geometric, Art Deco Bangles

JuiceBeauty.com   I am currently obsessed with geometric theme in jewelry, sure it is always there but the ones that I favor looks bad ass. It is a minimalist dream but definitely had a punch of making a statement. I especially love the ones with stones in them.

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If anyone is interested and obsessed like me, I started selling them in my Poshmark closet.

I also found pieces that I added on my wish list.

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{C Wonder}  {Paige Novick} {Henri Bendel} {Forzieri – click on image}  {Jennifer Fisher} {Jennifer Zeuner}

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Baguette cut, a 2014 Fall jewelry trend

Alexis Bittar

Just in the news, the baguette cut is making a comeback this Fall according to Women’s Wear Daily. Vintage lovers and classic art rejoice! The Baguette cut is an elongated or rectangular table cut, the term came from the French word bague which means finger ring. It was also  very popular trend during the Art Nouveau period (1880 – 1910) and the Art Deco period (1925 – 1941) think about The Great Gatsby, roaring 20’s, the Chrysler building, etc.

2014 Fall Jewelry Trennd

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