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I can't remember a time when I felt prettier than the day I finally had the opportunity to wear my Gondola vintage dress from www.shabbyapple.com. The spirited horizontal stripes offset against such a vibrant emerald bodice renders a Parisian wanderlust meets the Leaning Tower of Pisa aesthetic that's difficult to resist.

From The Berkshires to Yosemite and Carousel to Sidesaddle, Shabby Apple is definitely boasting a flare for all things lovely and vintage inspired. Even after perusing a 35,000 square feet antique mall for more hours than I care to admit, the movable fabric and wearablity never let me down.

For the next 30 days, my friends at Shabby Apple are offering a 10% discount when you use "vintagelollipops10off" at the checkout! And be sure to 'Like' them on Facebook too so you can receive special promotions and discounts!


(Vintage suede bag and rings, Betsey Johnson tights, TJMaxx coat, Gava pumps)   

Comments

Alex said…
Beautiful girlfriend, awesome shots, great writing, and perfect location!!! You're flawless, baby!
Alex said…
Oh yeah, and nice dress! ;)
Gorgeous! LOVE IT!

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