There is nothing like some great girl time, especially with a friend who loves you for who you are and what you do,
Thank you, Andrea, for vintage shopping with me! I had such a great time playing with all those fun, gorgeous, vintage clothes.
This was fun and therapeutic for me. You all know I love to style and I love to find styles and what better place than a flea market.
You can take something that looks like you just walked off a Dolce and Gabanna, Chanel, or Gucci runway show right into your good ole fashion flea market and get it for less than half of the cost.
You can easily modernize your vintage wear. I will show you how I did so with a satin floral purple 70s style kimono blouse.
I fell in love with a few items and was amazed at how a lot of these gorgeous clothes are still in tip-top shape and how amazing they look.
Take something old and make it fun and new! I hope you enjoy our trip to the old world of fashion. Right from the runways of Eastbrook flea market.
Thank you sweet and precious friend, Andrea. I certainly would not have had as much fun without you there.
Excuse my gum smacking, we were being sneaky about filming. I forgot I had it in my mouth, oops!
Here is my purple, floral printed kimono.
Ooooh la la Andrea! This was such a great dress it reminded me of today’s style. Andrea models it well!
There is my blouse waiting for me to purchase it.
All the fun dresses.
My advice to Eastbrook Flea Market or the vendors selling the clothes, you might want to get a changing room :) Other than that, I love this store!
This apron was too cute!
Yes, we took it upon ourselves to make our own changing room. This was not easy but we did it…WOOWHOO! I love this dress; it looks like it just came off the runway!
This dress looked precious on Andrea; I could even see cutting the length off at the bottom to proportion it to her height.
I hope you had as much fun looking at my videos and pictures as we did playing in all this gorgeous vintage fashion.
We had a blast! I can’t wait until my next fashion outing. Stay tuned. You never know where I might show up next.