Fashion Week just started in NYC, and coincidentally, I just had a vintage shopping spree that filled my closet. I went over to Sammy Davis Vintage (currently housed in an ingeniously positioned storage locker with changing room and racks and racks of amazing clothes). We had a total try-on fashion show of our own. I got this perfect fall number, which is actually a one-piece dress that looks like separates (and it totally reminds me of Love Story and Ali McGraw), and I got this 60s navy dress with matching coat (I've never had a matching coat-and-dress ensemble before--exciting!):
I also picked up this perfect-for-baby-shower spring tulip dress, and this fall-to-winter coat, which was such a great shade of orange camel that I couldn't resist.
Here are a few that I let go... I couldn't buy everything! Left to right: Amazing silver Jetsons dress, total beach-wedding-60s Lilly Pulitzer, a navy 70s dress that I loved but that really needed heels (which I hardly ever wear):
And I also didn't get this swingy black-and-white number or this yellow Lilly Pulitzer gardening dress from the 60s (with perfect shovel pocket). The purple 70s wonder didn't actually fit--it wouldn't zip up in the back but we snapped a pic anyway.
Okay, I think that's enough photos of me for a year. (And can you believe this is edited--I tried on way more!).
Love vintage--thanks, Sammy D. Happy Friday!