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Black Satin Lace Frilly Garter from AnniePanties We love vintage lingerie this time of year... wear sexy slips with pearls and capelets for at-home holiday dinners, sleep in cute baby-dolls and party in slinky nylon halter gowns.

The site is stocked with a great selection of vintage finds... check out the chiffon baby-dolls, frilly lace garters, mini-gowns, lacy camisoles, sultry full slips, pajama sets, robes, caftans, half-slips, tap pants, bras, chemises, body-suits and much more! Don't miss the designer beauties like the Pucci slips and gowns.

 What's New

Late 60s Velvet Dress Faux Fur from Sunny MSunny M:
Sunny just posted three different takes on the must-have "Little Black Dress" from 3 different eras, a fab 30s black Panne velvet trumpet skirt, and two unique necklaces form the "Artifact" line.

Zebra Vinyl Raincoat from Mid Century ChicMid Century Chic:
This designer owned shop just added hot new accessories to brighten up your look for the new Fall season including a bold gold brushed metal cocktail ring with black onyx glass beads, oversized black patent leather fold-over clutch style bag, chunky shiny gold metal versatile and stylish link necklace, New Wave/Post-Punk neon colored graphically printed polyester shirt, KJL signed POP art style lipstick pin and more.

Make Mine Mink from Metro RetroMetro Retro:
This shop just posted a sophisticated plaid wrapped jacket, a Chanel like suit, a tartan plaid cape, an 80s Donna Karan boucle jacket, an Art Deco inspired Huk-A-Poo dress, wild geometric skort dress, a riveted blue 70s hat, a Razzi owl pendant and a Modernism gold pendant necklace.

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