Tag: Bitter Root Vintage

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Time Wasted to Time Invested

Many years ago, a typical afternoon spent in San Francisco quickly turned from time wasted to time invested. Surrounded by racks of clothes in a rather robust resale boutique; dozen of wool sheath dresses on quitted padded hangers made my eyes bright in awe while I marvel through the fashion history that fenced me.Having browsed each rack at least twice I found to my amazement a … Read More Time Wasted to Time Invested

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A Touch of Leopard in Judy Bentinck

Wearing animal prints, such as leopard, evokes power and luxury; while a number of past style eras have showcased no woman’s ensemble complete – without a touch of leopard. To start off 2017 I couldn’t resist playing on the wild side of elegance with a leopard fur felt cocktail hat accompanied with a black silk dupion rosette and veiling by Award winning London-Based couture milliner, Judy Bentinck. … Read More A Touch of Leopard in Judy Bentinck

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A Grey Medium of Truth

At first glance, magazines may seem innocuous enough, as many will view them as an afterthought purchase or guilty pleasure from everyday life. However, I find these glossy pages to have a massive impact on society, far more than you may think. Most avid readers of magazines may not be aware of the impact the publication they’re currently indulging in is creating from a … Read More A Grey Medium of Truth