Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Singing in the Rain Vintage Raincoats and Umbrellas

How about some Vintage Raincoats and Umbrellas that will have you Singing in the Rain?
I don't know about you, but when  buy a modern umbrella, they rarely last for more than two to three uses.  I can only imagine how many uses these vintage umbrella have survived.  All of these pieces and more, can be found at Noble Savage Vintage on Etsy.

Rain or shine, this Psychedelic, Op Art A-Line Jacket will have you feeling good looking great.
On the rainy days, why not pair it with this Fabulous 1950s Schertz Original Taupe Nylon Umbrella with a wonderful textured black resin handle. An antique brass chain for the wrist, provides a stylish way to keep your umbrella close at hand.

1960s Jolee Mod Op Art Psychedelic A Line Coat Jacket

1950s Schertz Original

Nylon Umbrella in Taupe

Cute, casual and comfy, this adorable London Fog rain coat dates from the late 1960's to the early 1970's. Paired with this 1950s Gem Umbrella Co. Umbrella with a fabulous golden fringed tassel, you will be right as rain.

1950s Gem Umbrella Co. Grey

 Umbrella with Fringed Tassel

Vintage 1970s London Fog Rain Coat in Baby Blue M

Classic, timeless, and updated in a lovely and feminine shade of green and beautifully fitted with Princess seaming in the front and back this is the perfect trench coat for Spring and Fall. 
Paired with this 1930s to 1940s Umbrella with a red Lucite Handle and finial will take it to another level of statement making rain gear.

1930s to 1940s Umbrella with a

 Red Lucite Handle and Finial

Vintage 1970's Green Raincoat Trenchcoat

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Cardigan Clips, a (Sweater) Girl's Best Friend

Today was muggy and uncomfortable but earlier this week I felt fall sneaking up on me. I can't say that I'm thrilled.

I don't love cold weather but I do love sweaters. And not only do I love sweaters, I love sweater clips. Also called cardigan clips and sweater guards, they're both handy and stylish. Some are pretty simple:

available on Etsy
Some get crazy-fancy.