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“siHryy.” Magical. “maTar.” Rain.
On location in Marrakech, Morocco as we shot the photos for our latest collection there was a bit of magic in the air. Already mysterious and alluring- with deep and vibrant colors swirling around you, Morocco offered us an additional gift as rain fell in droves as we began taking pictures for our newest Marrakech Collection.Read the full post >
If you obsess over everything to do with the 1950's (the hair! the clothes! the movies!), then you may sometimes find yourself wishing that you could be transported back to that era. Even if just for a day, what would it be like to experience life in America during this transformative decade? Well, buckle up, Daddy-O, because we're about to carry you back to the age of sock hops and poodle skirts, Shabby Apple style.
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The women of the 1940s were the perfect blend of style and substance. With World War II taking over the international stage, they stepped up on the home front, looking sleek and chic all the way.
The United States’ entry into World War II in 1941 changed everything, including hemlines. With fabric and other goods now rationed, skirts came to the knee and not an inch longer. Women favored the “convertible suit,” a short jacket, A-line, knee-length skirt and blouse, which could be easily transformed into evening wear by shedding the jacket once the workday was over. With no silk stockings available, many women gave the illusion of stockings by drawing a line up the back of their legs with eyeliner. And for women streaming into factories and other traditionally male industries, pants became the norm for the first time.Read the full post >
We all know Jackie Kennedy had an impeccable sense of style, but did you know she also had just as good taste in recipes? From waffles to roast rack of lamb, Jackie’s favorite tried and true recipes live on today in cookbooks and restaurant menus. Last year on Mother’s Day, Jackie’s much-loved waffle recipe was put on the menu of P.J Clark’s restaurant in downtown Washington D.C. This breakfast stood out on the menu as a tribute to the first lady who regularly visited the restaurant with her children. Traditionally, waffle recipe is simple, but Jackie's favorite toppings take this basic breakfast over the top! Garnishes include caramelized bananas, smooth blueberries and cream, and savory chorizo scramble.
This is more than just the first lady's favorite breakfast--it is the recipe for her style. Jackie always paired her simple, classic personality with extraordinary fashions similar to her waffle toppings. Take a look at some of her outfits below:
Jackie's classic sleeveless dress with bright yellow gingham has just as much whimsy and sweetness as caramelized bananas.Read the full post >
Few things are better than opening your closet and reaching for the perfect outfit. A look that is timeless-yet-modern, classic-yet-cool- a look that will help you to feel dynamic, chic and confident. Adding timeless pieces (link “Shabby Apple” site) to your wardrobe is the perfect way to feel certain that each time you reach in your closet- you’ll find something that you love.
Building a classic and sophisticated wardrobe shouldn’t be complicated and doesn’t need to be expensive. Follow along as we feature some of our must-have staples.
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Katharine Hepburn prefers fashion-forward masculine styles, while Audrey is renowned for timeless, feminine fashions. It's true, both Hepburns have totally different personalities and tastes, but when it comes to style, the icons both left their mark on the fashion world. So, which one has influenced your own wardrobe the most?Read the full post >
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.Read the full post >
Though the snow falling outside my window has clearly not received the memo yet, spring is officially here! That means it's time for spring break, and a little vintage update to your tropical getaway wardrobe.
First up: a pair of high-waisted shorts. You can go truly old-school with a bright solid, a simple stripe or polka-dot pattern with bold buttons, or you can go a little more modern with patterned denim. For a casual look, stick with a cargo short, or dress things up with a luxe fabric like satin or lace. Details like scalloped edges at the bottom or a wide tied belt at the top also add a fun twist.Read the full post >
Chances are, you have a favourite Frank Sinatra song even if you don't realize it. Frank's songs are so ubiquitous, so ingrained into our shared cultural experiences, that it's impossible to not have one that you find yourself singing to yourself every now and then. Frank's popularity was at its height during the Golden Age of Hollywood, an era Shabby Apple-ites love. Imagine yourself, if you will, in the front row during a Frank Sinatra show somewhere on the Las Vegas strip in 1961--what would you wear? Here, we find Shabby Apple outfits for some of our favourite Frank songs.Read the full post >
Who else watched The Great Gatsby last year and was in awe over the fashion? Flapper dresses, high heels, short hair, pin curls, elegant evening wear, cloche hats, and some seriously insane jewelry--what’s not to love? It was effortless elegance.
Welcome, ladies to the 1920's.
We all have the twenties to thank for a major shift in fashion. Until then, women's fashion had been characterized by restrictive corsets and layers of fabric that fell to the floor, went up to the chin, and covered the wrists. Audacious women, like Coco Chanel, came along and challenged the norms. Chanel said, "In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different." And undoubtedly, she was both. Her ideas about fashion paved the way for the sportswear-inspired and casual chic styles of the twenties.Read the full post >
“Australia inspires even the smallest of details,” says Shabby Apple Creative Director, Autumn Kimball. The Sydney City Collection is all about details--tailored lines, fit-and-flare shillouetes, girly ruffles and bright custom prints.Read the full post >
While some people are still under the illusion that the Oscars are all about the awards, I think we can agree that they’re really all about the fashion.
OK, fine: 90-10. I am sure winning an Oscar is nice. But dressing up for the Oscars has to be pretty fun, too, and those red carpet gowns did not disappoint this year, or any other year. I mean, just look at all these years of Best Actress glamour! Even Diane Keaton wore a skirt for her big win.
Of course, we all know there’s plenty more where that came from, so here are our favorite vintage-inspired gowns from this year’s ceremony.Read the full post >
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.Read the full post >
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.Read the full post >
Shabby Apple was founded on the belief that a dress should be a one-piece outfit—no tank tops, cardigans, or slips needed—just a classic gown with a flattering design. In order to pull this off, we shouldn’t have to tuck and pull at our wardrobe before leaving the house! In our newest line, Aussie Afternoon, we’ve released an array of dresses, skirts, and blouses that will make you feel classy and comfortable no matter where your day takes you.
Lazy Day Blouse in Yellow
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