Saturday, February 13, 2016

I've moved!

I have been doing this blog now for several years, and I have learned a ton along the way.  I have now come to the conclusion that I needed a change.

With great excitement, I would love to say that I have moved!  I have a new website called, which can be seen here.

I will be leaving this blog active so that all of the wonderful posts that I have done can still be enjoyed.  I hope that I will see you at the new website!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

It's cold outside--you need to bundle up!

Boy, is it cold outside!  One of the better ways to beat the cold is to bundle up in a really warm coat.  A faux fur coat will definitely fit the bill, and this one by Tissavel France will deifinitely keep you warm.

The great thing is that it is about a small to medium size, so it's not too bulky when you have it on.  You can see the jacket in my Etsy shop here.

Another jacket that you can wear is this terrific by CXT CLASSICS.

This jacket is hip length, so you don't have to worry about the bottom hem getting dirty by dragging on the ground.

You can see this wonderful jacket in my Etsy shop here, and you can see even more warm coats here.

There are many different wonderful types of coats on the market, what kinds have you run across?

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Atomic Sunburst jewelry comes in a set!

Costume jewelry is a great way to jazz up an outfit, wither it be a formal or everyday occasion.  Sarah Coventry produced some great examples of costume jewelry, and this set is definitely one of them.

Sarah Coventry opened for business in 1949, and this set was produced in the 1960's.  The set (this can also be called a suite) features the ATOMIC SUNBURST pattern.

The set has a pin, clip on earrings and even a ring.  What makes this set great is that it still has the original box with it.

The pieces look like they are exploding fireworks, and would definitely be the talk of the town!  You can see this terrific set in my Etsy shop here.

What kinds of jewelry finds have you run across?