Wednesday, December 30, 2009

And the Violins Played On

Before returning home from my annual Christmas visit to Small Hometown, USA, I (naturally) laid waste to the local thrift shops and ended up shepherding a whole flock of gorgeous vintage items back with me to Big City, USA. The rush that overcomes a thrifter in the midst of a fruitful search has since been replaced, however, by palpable panic, as I'm not sure how I'll ever find the time or energy to list this most recent booty. OH, to have such problems, right?!?


Pictured Above: Nine (2007) by Guerra de la Paz, currently on display at The Saatchi Gallery in London


Pictured Above: Vintage hats recently listed in ye old shoppe (as modeled by the ever lovely Kat Bowls)


Amanda / Rust Belt Threads said...

Two words: for real.

I've acquired so many new vintage items the past few months but have had 0 time to take any pictures. I figure once the sun stops being a jerk and comes out more, maybe, just maybe I can list more items.

Those hats are stellar. I'm loving the top two the most.

Karen/Small Earth Vintage said...

See now, I start to panic when the pile starts to run out! I love the hats, too--beautifully modelled and photographed, as always, G.

Django et Coco said...

Love these hats! How I wish I still had some saving in the banks... Especially for that teal cloche!

-Coco from Our Paper Moon