Sunday, May 2, 2010

Gone But Not Forgotten...

Everything goes so fast on etsy's really hard to keep up. This is great for seller's since buyers will not sit on items they want but will feel the pressure to buy. For buyers it makes you want to grab items up, before it's too late and makes it that much harder to find the highly sought after items.

Here are some recently (and not so recently) sold eye candy...

Gorgeous 1940s meets 1970s platforms sold by Aquanetta

Perfect for spring, silk floral day dress. I love the "fit & flare" shape to this one. It is also made by McMullen, as seller indicates, is the manufacturer of the original shirtdress and coined the phrase in the 1930s. Sold by pintuckstyle

I am a fan of plastic costume jewelry. Although bakelite is the 'diamond' of this type of jewelry, I am not picky and admire any chunky, unique, colorful plastic accessories. Here are a neat pair of mod style posts sold by thriftage.

I was really fond of this knitted bag with plastic handles. The colors are so pretty. It looks well loved and a great accent piece to pair with dark denim. So long sweet find! Sold by theCollectedCollage.

I''m really kicking myself for not snatching this one up. I was a little concerned about the fit and hesitated. An American in Paris! Lovely white dress with bow detail and circa 1960s. Made by clothing brand Lampl (1947-1992). This one was sold by ahemvintage.

A very pretty, simple 1950s day dress by Sue Brett Junior. The lightweight fabric piping and buttons at waist create a garment for day or casual evening. Sold by KlassyKlassics.

Cornflower blue pencil Jack Squire dress, with lovely detail at waist and flattering gathers at bust. Sold by studio1950.

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