I simply love, love, love going on treasure hunts in antique stores, because you never know what you're going to find. This made me laugh out loud! Probably from the 60's and the cutest lingerie bag I've ever seen. I'm totally thinking about sewing one up for myself.
When I turned it around it was see-through and made sense that it could be used to stash your stockings, and be able to see where those black ones were hiding behind the fishnets.
And of course, you would need this matching wig head with the black lace and faux pearls.
My treasure hunting gal pal was Alexa (aka Swell Designer) and she is such a poser (kidding!) with the chiffon prom dress. I think she would look pretty swell in that.
The cupcake holders cracked me up with the name Krinkle Cups, and then what can I say about the Stickups for gay exciting decorative arrangements for $1.00??
Roller skates! Yes, really. They have to be 50 years old, and in spiffy shape, too. They reminded me of a song I remember called, "Brand New Key" by Melanie Safka in the 70's. The lyrics are:
- I got a brand new pair of roller skates
- You got a brand new key
- I think that we should get together and try them out you see
Isn't he cute? This little owl clock was only about 4 inches tall. I might go back and get him, because I can't stop thinkin' about him.
Then, I saw this super pretty ad on a tin sign about cosmetics with Lucille Ball. I didn't know she did anything besides the I Love Lucy television show.
Okay, so now I can't get that silly roller skate song out of my head.....
You should get that little owl :)
Maybe we need to go back!
What fun! Lucy was a gorgeous actress in the black and white film era, she started as a chorus girl and worked her way into bigger roles. She was a blonde back then. Google her pictures, you'll love them.
I want to go to this thrift store! It's amazing!
That is a ridiculously cute undergarment bag, I think I need one!
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