December 12, 2015

How To Perfect The Party Proof Pin Up Lip With Diablo Rose

 

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From big family dinners to office parties and NYE cocktail soirees, the holiday season is filled with an abundance of festive affairs that we can’t resist getting dolled up for. Get into the spirit of the season with one of our essential holiday party looks: the dazzling red lip. To achieve this timeless look, we teamed up with blogger and beauty guru Diablo Rose and Le Keux Cosmetics for the skinny on creating a long lasting party proof pin up pout.
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November 16, 2015

Rosie the Riveter Pin Up Hair For Vintage Girl On The Go With Style Society Blogger Christine Adelina

 

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Looking for a cute and quick hair style that’s guaranteed to banish bad hair days? Style Society blogger Christine of Once Upon A Style has the solution with this simple 1940s Rosie the Riveter pin up inspired hair tutorial. Grab your favorite bandana and an arsenal of bobby pins and follow the steps below!
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October 27, 2015

Fresh Ways To Do Nautical Style In Honor Of Navy Day 2015

 

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Today we’re serving up one big patriotic hurrah in honor of Navy Day, the official day to honor our brave men and women who have served in the U.S. Navy. To commemorate the day, we’re showcasing our most fabulous maritime-inspired frocks and frills. From anchor clad fit n flares to timeless high waist sailor slacks, read on to see some of the highlights from our latest Nautical Necessities collection.
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October 12, 2015

Unique Vintage Icon: Esther Williams

 

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Esther Williams is the epitome of a UV Icon: glamorous, talented, intelligent, and athletic. Known worldwide as the Million Dollar Mermaid, she starred in a series of splashy aqua musicals throughout the 1940s and 50s and brought international attention to the sport of water ballet. “When I first started swimming, not many girls participated in the sport. They either didn’t want to get their hair wet or wanted to go out on Friday nights instead of going to a meet. But as a result of the popularity of the water ballet, pretty girls began to swim.” Read on to learn more about this legendary lady.
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