A Turkey Day Outfit Good Enough To Eat!

Everyone is on the search for their perfect Thanksgiving Holiday outfit and I believe that I just found mine!  Fitted in a bed of browns and oranges (and my fave birdy!) this outfit is the perfect ensemble to eat some delicious holiday Turkey! Check out some of the amazing vintage I pieced together:
(BTW…sorry for the short post today! Super busy with Thanksgiving and work but HAD to show you this outfit! Promise I’ll get back to my old self after Turkey day!)

Check Out That Vintage!


Vintage 60s Mod
Orange Button Dress

What the Seller Says:

 Tag reads “DW3 Fashions Inc.”  Lovely soft linen/poly blend woven fabric in a bright orange. There is a great texture to the material. Fitted waist, slight a-line skirt with two pleats in the front. Awesome heavy duty metal buttons with matching orange middle. Sleeveless, high neck with sharp pointed collar.
Covered zipper down the back of the dress, and built in “belt” that buttons in behind. Great vintage condition


Vintage 70s Choc.
Leather Jacket

What the Seller Says:

Vintage jacket.  Boho hippie.  Gorgeous deep plum/brown genuine leather with a dark espresso faux shearling over sized lapel.  Deep v, patch pockets.  Belted.  Petite fit.  Lined.

Browns-tone and
Mood Tights

What the Seller Says:

You’ve decided to lock yourself into your row apartment all afternoon to force yourself to work on your novel. You cross your legs, clad in these thick, deep navy-based stockings by Hansel from Basel, reminding yourself yet again what your first writing teacher told you about style. You cultivate the basis for this next chapter and decide to create a character around your outfit – the independent, LA-based company that this colorblocked legwear comes from is one that conveys quirky everyday elements in fun, uncommon fashion, and these facets are all defining characteristics of this individual. With a salmon-colored top to match the middle blocks of these tights, as well as a black A-line skirt, the tone of your outfit is sure to inspire a creative chapter!


Vintage 70s
Snakeskin Platforms

What the Seller Says:

Extremely rare vintage EVA platform pumps with twotone patterned snakeskin upper and OH-SO-HIGH heels. The platform measures almost one inch! Very high quality shoes as you can see from the insoles – all leather and very well made.

These heels most likely date from the 1970s (maybe early 1980s) but they also have a 1940s touch. Just classical! The condition is excellent – these babies look barely worn.

Vintage 60s Mixed
Metal Owl Necklace

What the Seller Says:

Long mixed metals vintage hinged Owl pendant necklace by Chickenlittlejewelry. This fun vintage pendant measures 5” top to bottom and features a detailed silver tone head with glowing topaz cabochon eyes then a body and tail in “feathers” of bright finish gold tone. He is hinged at the neckline and thought the body and tail and suspended on a multi linked 24” necklace chain.

Vintage 50s/60s Mod
Lucite Bracelet

What the Seller Says:

Outstanding vintage lucite spiral bracelet, 1950s – 1970s. Tapering, thick amber brown lucite was molded into a modernist abstract sculpture for the wrist.
Beginning with an end 3/4″ wide, the lucite wraps about two-and-a-half times around the wrist, narrowing to just over 1/4.” The vintage lucite is about 1/4″ thick. About 2-9/16″ x 2-1/2.”
The amber spiral truly is wearable art, and an abstract modernist sculpture that probably made its way down the runway.
Unusual and rare, and in very good pre-owned and used condition, with no cracks, no chips, no stress fractures like you can find in old lucite.
Modernist barbaric splendor, a vintage treasure.

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