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I took a trip to Florida for relaxation time with family, and who knew that around every corner was a thrift/vintage store. How could anyone relax when there are so many thrift stores near by?..
A girl can never have too many shoes.
In the past, I used to buy many vintage shoes that weren’t in the best condition. I used to try to restore them by taking them to the shoe maker, but lets face it..old shoes don’t last. Now I avoid the shoes that need work, and I try to go for hardly worn vintage shoes.
All of these shoes costed me under $10.
Pom Poms from AP go for $295..I bought these Bebe shoes for $20
I found 2 pairs of Lucite shoes and a bag that had Lucite handles.
I love vintage jewels, these earrings are about as big as a silver dollar. Pretty awesome at $3
It’s hard to find vintage glasses that aren’t prescribed, thank god I found these.
Look at how my little cousin rocks them:)
Teal suede vintage 80’s dress. One thing I love about the 80’s is that many women still captured the essence of the 50’s by having dresses be tightly cinched at the waist.
I bought this dress because it hugs me:)
This dress has millions of tiny studs, the back is stunning.
O’ Sailor! I love this skirt. It’s not vintage, It’s actually from Talbots. Who knew?
Till next time.:)
Got these bad boys from the Hustler store in San Diego!
I have a spike fetish or something, for forever Ive always been ADDICTED to anything with spikes on it.
(Manslaughter by MISHKA 08′. My girl Valissa Yoe designed the dress.. sold at LOVEBRIGADE)
Check out these gloves I just bought from Patricia Fields.
I received this amazing ring for Xmas from my friend Soraya. I love it!
I wish I could afford getting these amazing Rodarte shoes..
……but I cant…
until then….Here’s what Ive got.
Some of my Avant Garde Collection-
My man Killers.
Some need a cleaning..I’ve decided I’m going to sell all of my shoes for one pair of Rodarte shoes.:)
sike. one day jaz..one day.
So I came home tonight after dinner at Burger King..Yes, Burger King is a very luxurious place…lol;) I love it!
OK so.. I came home and on the floor was the most beautiful 15 inch jukebox!. My mother is the most amazing woman in the world, she always gets me the most amazing things.
My dad had his friend make me a custom neon sign for my 16th birthday 6 years ago, it goes perfect with it.
Now all I need is a brand new apartment.:)