Posts Tagged ‘advice’

A vintage christmas dinner table by Kate Beavis

How to plan for the perfect autumn & Christmas

As the rain comes down and the weather turns chilly and brisk, it is easy to forget that we are still only in early September and may indeed have 6 more weeks of warm (ish!) weather before the season truly turns to autumn. Today was particularly miserable outside, and so I had a chance to sit down […] Read more…

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5 vintage fashion myths that need busting

I want everyone to feel good in vintage, in fact I am on a mission to prove everyone can add a bit of vintage to their daily wardrobe and look fabulous. Whether it is a whole outfit or merely a vintage brooch…go on give it a try! There are some vintage fashion myths out there […] Read more…

How any age can be attractive

This is my last part of the 1956 Woman’s Own feature “The art of being more attractive” This is the centre fold and it reveals secrets to be more attractive across 5 decades. Some is the usual stuff, but some is a little more surprising! In the Nursery This a beauty advice for 3 year […] Read more…

The art of being more attractive part 2

So, yesterday we should have established what our friends thought of our appearance. How many of you were brave enough to actually ask them? No, don’t worry I havent gone mad. I was sharing an article called “The art of being more attractive” from an old Woman’s Own magazine dated 1956. Now its time, in […] Read more…

The art of being more attractive

Think you’re quite attractive? Well before you answer that, let me share with you an article from Woman’s Own magazine  written in 1956. It is a 6 page guide with the opening questions: Why do some women attract friendship and success How can you make the most of your looks at any age Men, what […] Read more…

Fair advice

I have been asked over the last year for my advice on trading at vintage fairs….well after 15 years retail experience, with 8 in Visual Merchandising, I thought I better put pen to paper (well finger tip to keypad) Here are my top tips for preparing and doing a fair! 1. Research, Research, Research! Don’t […] Read more…

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