Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Etsy Favorites - Lingerie

I'm hopelessly devoted to the Etsy shop, Hopeless. The Yunioshi Garter and Sally Bra was inspired by Audrey Hepburn's character 'Holly Golightly' in the film 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'. They are made with 100% silk satin and must feel incredible to wear.

Read her interview with Style Melbourne.




I totally want this teddy by panterbyhand. The price is great (on sale!) but I'm afraid it would be too small for my 5'6 frame.

I was fortunate to have a booth right behind her at last year's Bizarre Bazaar in Cleveland. Her booth helper was Nate Powell, who's graphic novel Swallow Me Whole was nominated for the LA Times Book Prize.


She also makes the cutest bloomers.




I love these
pasties. In fact, I love nearly everything in Gothfox Designs store. The photography, the models, the stylization. I think I have an Etsy shop crush.



Here's another favorite by Boudoir Queen. Her description: "These faboosh tap pants are outrageously decadent. Hand dyed all 20's textiles." Yes, serious decadence.

Also, check out this video about Boudoir Queen:



Tuesday, July 28, 2009

"nothings gonna get me like the old times"



I love this song, "Old Times," by The Whispertown 2000. I can't wait to hear the rest of the album.

"Nothing is wrong, I'm right where I belong."

I keep telling myself that.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Etsy Favorites - Clothing


My new favorite Etsy shop is BoudoirQueen. Unfortunately,
it's on vacation right now. More about her shop soon.



I love this dress, by Etsy seller heirapparel.



I'd wear this any day of the week. Hot! By Etsy seller, elysiumdesign.




Everything in dearpony's Etsy shop seems comfortable. Me likey.

Monday, July 20, 2009

My Wish List *or things I would buy if I had a disposable income

A Vespa. www.vespausa.com Yes, owning a Vespa would be sweet.... but its all about the practicality. (Or least, that's what I tell myself.)




This shawl. Created by the lovely fellow Estian known as Corpseknit, who's first line of her bio reads, "As if created by the skillful hands of Victorian women bound to the underworld, the Corpseknit Clothing line is touched by the romance of a past era."

I had a similar shawl to this, but I left it in a friend's rental car in Cleveland. The next day, I begged and pleaded for someone to mail it back to me... only to be replied with, "We didn't find it." Yeah right.

Someday I will own this shawl, and it will be better than my first one. This one is created by the skillful hands of Victorian women bound to the underworld.
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