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 Shopper's News - Sparkle Plenty

Hello Fashion Diggers...

Diane Von Furstenberg Choker from Metro RetroIt's that time of the year to show off your sparkly personality... with a little help from your jewelry box! Bedazzle everyone with a vintage find from your favorite era for extra glitz! Check out our favorites:

Victorian-- jet choker, rhinestone hair combs
1930s-- colorful, carved Bakelite bracelets
1950s-- rhinestone necklaces and pins
1960s-- KLJ pins, MOD necklaces, colorful Lucite bangles
1970s-- gold chain necklaces, DVF choker, Disco jewelry
Vintage-Inspired-- handmade hoop earrings, Bakelite pins


 What's New

Eisenberg Rhinestone Pin from Orlando VintageOrlando Vintage:
Lisa just added a rainbow of bakelite - carved and smooth - including a banana yellow bracelet, ring and clip earring set a black Lucite hinge bangle and clip earrings set with blue rhinestones. Lisa's new high end collectible jewelry includes gold Monet bracelets, pins by Eisenberg, Trifari, and Kenneth Jay Lane and a necklace by Hattie Carnegie.



ROBERTA di CAMERINO Keychain from Mid Century ChicMid Century Chic:
This designer owned shop posted more fab finds including a plastic vinyl contoured shape belt studded in silver and rhinestones, ca. 1980s, a rare and wonderful Bonnie Cashin soft leather duffle bag, a Roberta di Camerino sueded signature print pouch with gold logo keychain and an early 60s glam black chiffon cocktail dress with delicate faux flower details on the skirt.



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Ask Janet Question Loni: Hi Janet, I am wearing a vintage gown with a train to an annual awards banquet for my company. The train is a separate piece of fabric permanently attached at the lowest part of the back. The material matches the black fabric of the dress on top, and the underside is salmon pink. Someone told me that I should wear the train over my arm? Could you tell me what to do with the train 1. When walking 2. When sitting 3. When receiving awards 4. If dancing. Thanks!
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