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What I wore – Vintage find

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Dress: thrifted
Necklace: Ebay
Shoes: Modcloth
Bracelets: Forever21

This dress was in the ‘old woman’ section in the thrift store. Can you believe it? It is so pretty! I don’t feel like an old woman at all in this dress 😉 . I think it was a homemade dress. This is my new favorite dress! What I wore - vintage find What I wore - vintage find

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Thrift store find: Pretty vintage cooking pans!

Thrift store find: Pretty vintage cooking pans!

Now that I’m moving into my new home I know that I’m going to use my fabulous vintage stove very soon. I’m really looking forward to that. I love baking and I haven’t been able to do some proper baking in over a year! But that lovely vintage stove can’t go without some vintage cooking pans. So I bought some at the thrift store. It makes me so happy when I look at these pans. They are so pretty and colorful! The best thing is I bought them for about ten Euro’s in total. A lot less then if I would buy new ones. And these vintage cooking pans are looking so much better then today’s cooking pans! What do you think of them? XOXO Wilma

Do you want to see the pans individual? You can see them after the jump. . . Read More »

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Vintage find: fifties stove

vintage stove

I really wanted a vintage stove for my next home. I don’t own an oven right now and that is something I am really missing. I do own a combi microwave but it’s just not the same. Of course I could just have bought a new stove but a vintage stove is so much more special. I love the style and I love it when something has been used for so many years and still looks great. You can’t believe how lucky I felt when my mother told me about something my sister Janet found on the internet. This stove is just perfect! I know that if she could use it my sister would have bought it. But she can’t so I couldn’t resist buying it for myself. Sorry Janet!

Read something about the history from this fifties stove after the jump. . . Read More »

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