Don’t Miss Out! Half Price Black Friday Flash Sale for 3 Hours Only!

black friday sale

I thought I’d do something really nice this Black Friday and offer a massive 50% off my store. Yes, that’s a huge half price off all my fabulous collectible vintage!

What’s the catch? Well there isn’t one! The only thing you need to know is that the offer is ONLY AVAILABLE for 3 HOURS! I’m running this offer together with the lovely vintage blog: Cakes & Cakes Vintage and it is only available between 3PM-6PM est 11/28 only. Use discount code BF14 for your 50% discount!

Here are some of my favourite deals that you’ll be able to get:

Custom Made Vintage Ferdinando Sarmi Evening Coat Magnificent Late 1950s
Save an incredible $1000 off this magnificent vintage Ferdinamdo Sarmi Evening Coat
Vintage One- Shoulder Gown Black Silk Knit Rudi Gernreich 1970s Extra Small
$740 OFF this vintage designer Rudi Gernreich dress
Save $640 off this beautiful vintage fur coat
Vintage Yves St Laurent Riva Gauche Silk Dress Purple Abstract L
This incredible vintage YSL dress is half price at only $500!

Make sure you go and bookmark your favourite items ready for my big Black Friday flash sale. I’ve got everything from Victorian antique clothing, to genuine 1920s and 30s vintage dresses, mid-century fashions and fabulous vintage from the 60s, 70s and 80s too! But don’t forget – the offer is only on for 3 hours!

Vintage Hawaii: Heavenly road to Hana

Vintage Hawaii: Heavenly road to Hana

I recently had a super fun shopping trip to Hawaii and uncovered some great little treasures in vintage and thrift stores in Honolulu, in Maui and on the Island Of Hawaii.

Here are a couple great Hawaiian shirts that I picked up on that little trip:

Mens Vintage Hawaiian Shirt Rayon Tahiti Label 1950s L Tiki Hula Made in Japan
Mens Vintage Hawaiian Shirt Rayon Tahiti Label 1950s L Tiki Hula Made in Japan

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Platos Closet in Honolulu

One thing I regret was not having the time to check out these vintage clothing stores in Honolulu- Spark, Barrio Vintage, and Baileys Antiques and Aloha Shirts.Maybe next time!

The only store I was actually able to visit in Honolulu was called Platos Closet (where I also did a parking lot buy you won’t believe!). In the store itself, we found neat clean racks of clothing, well-organized into sizes and colors.  There were men’s, women’s, but alas mostly very young people’s clothes.

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The most interesting thing I noted was all the shoes had 4-5″ heels and well, I was wondering exactly *who*they were catering to! Continue reading Vintage Hawaii: Heavenly road to Hana