• Vintage Style Trend Lookout: Mad for Mad Men?

    If you haven’t already heard (which would be unimaginable unless you live in a cave) Mad Men is back on the telly. Last night,  Season 5 premiered on AMC and it was Memorial Day Weekend 1966. Let’s take a look down memory lane, shall we? And reminisce about the real stars of this show – the fashion. Want to look…
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    Designer Crush – Charlotte Olympia Dellal

    Charlotte Olympia Dellal is as hot as her shoes. Recently I came across a feature on Charlotte Olympia Dellal in Glamour magazine’s April issue. As soon as my eyes fell upon the gorgeous Charlotte Olympia Dellal, modelling a pair of her leopard print wedged boots and her shoes beautifully displayed on the floor of her very chic London design studio,…
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    Our Latest Featured Items

    Here are our latest featured vintage items for sale now at the CutandChicVintage boutique on Etsy, http://cutandchicvintage.etsy.com Vintage Crop Tank Top, $40 Vintage Silky Mauve Short Sleeve Shirt, $18 Vintage Black and White Check Pencil Skirt, $40 Vintage Pastel Yellow Denim Jacket, $35
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    Vintage Style Trend Lookout: 1950s Rockabilly

    When I think Rockabilly, Bettie Page, the film Grease, and the late singer Amy Winehouse comes to mind. The rockabilly look has been around for ages. Nowadays this vintage style is usually seen on rock n roll starlets, burlesque performers, or kick ass girl tattooists.  There’s now a softer version of this look for those who want to try it, but perhaps…
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    Style Icon: Lauren Bacall

    If I could raid any Hollywood star’s closet, it would be Lauren Bacall’s (Originally I described her as a legend, but upon reading more about her I found out she doesn’t like being called the aforementioned word. “A legend involves the past,” she’s said and she doesn’t like being categorized.) Ms. Bacall’s style has often been described as ‘classic’ and…
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