As the leave continue to turn, so do our wardrobes. Today’s shop update includes a mix of cotton, wool, and silk! Pieces great for the in betweens of warmer and cooler weather. We have lots of vintage pieces, with a touch of a vintage inspired modern piece! Here are some of our favorites, and click here to see more.
Have you gals noticed I’ve started shooting dresses showing the full dress form again? I used to shoot products like these quite a long time ago when my shop was called something different (when it was Adore Vintage, and not ADORED Vintage)
The wonderful thing about the new way I’m shooting products is I am inspired again to do outfit ideas! I haven’t done these in YEARS!
Coat | Vintage 1950s Balcony Views Jacket / $168
Dress | Vintage 1950s Softly Loving Dress / $168
Necklace | Vintage 1930s Fortune Charms Necklace / $108
See all the other LAYERED LOOKS outfits over on the shop!
This week’s vintage shop update reminds me of late summer and early autumn. Which is a bit interesting since the summer season just began! Anyhow, I thought there are people in the Southern Hemisphere who are experiencing Fall and Winter so why not cater to their seasons as much as my current season…
- vintage 1960s camel tan margay fur trimmed coat | The Otherwyld Coat
- vintage 1970s brown knit I. Magnin dress | Turkish Coffee Dress
- vintage 1940s buttercream rayon lace insert blouse | Les Marguerites Blouse
- vintage 1930s rose pink knit ensemble set | Romance of Glenrothes Set
- vintage 1960s brown orange leaf print cotton skirt | Hemlock and Laurel Skirt
- vintage 1960s Vera orange novelty animal print scarf | Autumn Menagerie Scarf
- vintage 1930s molded celluloid cameos necklace | Fortune Charms Necklace
- vintage 1960s Henry Pollack ribboned cloche hat | Popular Opinion Cloche
It has been quite a long time since I have added new shoes to the shop. Do you care to know why? Well, wether you care or not I will tell you! It is because photographing shoes has always been something I hated doing. However, I have finally found a way of photographing shoes that works for me. VOILA!
After trying several different ways of photographing the vintage shoes in the shop, I have settled on this style. While it’s not all together special, it’s quicker than shooting them on my feet or against multiple different backdrops. And so, long live the white backdrop!
SHOP VINTAGE SHOES
The one thing I do like about photographing vintage shoes this way is that it looks entirely my own. I mean, I know other online stores shoot shoes in a similar fashion, but I don’t know of any other online vintage shops! So, a project for Adored Vintage will be to eventually rephotographing all the shoes in the shop so they all look the same. I adore consistency!