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I am not sure where my obsession began with vintage things. Maybe it was the time I got into my grandmother’s jewelry when I was 3 or when my mom introduced me to Mad Men. Either way, I'm a fan of all things vintage. There is something so captivating about past generations. I like to imagine a time when things were simpler and the world was a bit slower paced. Let's not forget the vintage fashion. I love it most of all.

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The 1950s was a time of flourishing styles, lively music, and positive energy. Women wore full skirts, men carried briefcases, and at the end of every day people in suburbs everywhere gathered around the table for a home cooked meal. Although we might not spend as much time around the table these days, hosting a 1950s dinner party is the perfect excuse to throw on a new dress, turn up some bandstand music, and enjoy an evening in.  

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Vintage shopping is what I like to call a high-risk, high-reward activity. You can spend hours digging through musty, dusty piles and come away with nothing but allergies, or you can find the treasure of your life. Because we care about you (and your sinuses), here are some tips to keep you in the high-reward column.

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The holidays are right around the corner and with this magical season comes brisk weather, family get-togethers, and delicious treats galore! However, whether you're a mother, student, businesswoman or all of the above, this time of year also brings an ever-growing to-do list.

Learn to cook a turkey

Clean the guest bedroom (or the whole house)

Pass final exams

Make homemade toffee

Meet end of the year deadlines

Get one good family picture

Send Christmas cards with the above ^^ picture

Find stocking stuffers!

Luckily, being busy doesn't have to mean sacrificing lovely hair. Here are six vintage-inspired holiday hairstyles you can do in 10 minutes or less. You will look pleasantly put together even if you feel like your busy schedule is coming undone. To finish the look throw on a beautiful blouse, and skirt, or  cozy sweater and you are effortlessly ready for the season.

For more holiday must-haves be sure to check out the full Winter Wonderland collection, you won't be disappointed. 

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It’s officially fall and nothing says autumn like luscious lips. Now that you’ve found the right shade of red, it’s time to talk about flawless application.

1.  First condition your lips to remove any dead or flakey skin. If you don’t have a conditioner, try creating a DIY exfoliating scrub with olive oil, sugar, and honey. This do it yourself mixture is easy, cheap, and leaves you with soft and silky lips!

2. To keep your lipstick from bleeding use a lip liner the same color as your lipstick to trace the outline of your lips. For an even longer lasting stay fill in your lips completely with the liner to give your lipstick something to hold onto throughout the day.

3. You can apply your lipstick straight from the tube but for even better coverage use a small lip brush to fill in all the creases.

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