October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we’re starting to think pink. Breast cancer affects about 1 in 8 women in the United States, which is why early detection and prevention is essential. We’ve teamed up in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation and put together an amazing Breast Cancer Awareness Gift Guide. We’re donating 20% of the proceeds from the purchase of all of these fabulous retro-inspired pink items to the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.
Meet Christy, one of our fabulous customer service mavens! As a member of our customer service team, she is one of the friendly voices assisting our UV darlings with any questions or vintage-inspired fashion dilemmas. Here, Christy shares a few of her favorite Unique Vintage finds.
Do you have work-oriented fashion frustrations? Is your nine to five leaving you stylishly stumped? If you’re feeling a little lackluster on the fashion front, fear not ladies, we’re here to banish your office attire blues with a few simple style suggestions on creating work appropriate looks with pin-up inspired pizazz.
There are few women in this world more divine than the stunningly incomparable Christina Hendricks, gals. Whether the stunning red head is making waves as Joan Holloway on the award winning “Mad Men” or sustaining a fabulous sense of personal style, Ms. Hendricks is an inspiration to hourglass-shaped dames everywhere!
Welcome to another edition of Fab or Drab, darlings! You emptied all of your opinions out of your purse and threw them around generously! Let’s take a peek at this week, shall we?
Ms. Perry looked a little blue at the premiere of the Smurf’s film, but between her retro dress and divine hairstyle, we had a winner on our hands. Let’s check in with you dames!
Amber Pare: “ Fab! I would wear the whole outfit (including the hair style) if I could!”
Kathryn Sylvia: “Fab but my only thought was if there was ever a time to rock the blue hair the smurf movie premiere was it love the style should have been blue though”
Angela Christine McGuire: “She actually looks nice for once.” (ouch)