|Shopper's Alert -
Hello Fashion Diggers...
We're always on the lookout for stocking stuffers that are small in size but
big on style! The site is loaded with handbags, scarves, belts, gloves and ties
that fit the bill...here are some treats for everyone on your list:
Our absolute favorite gift is the
Flashbacks! video. The one-hour black & white video documents
the original fashion newsreels of the 1950s-60s and is a must-have for
fashionistas...on sale for only $19.99.
Want to stuff your stockings with
scarves? Check out the vintage Pucci, Vera and Gucci silks for women or the
sophisticated 40s men's cream colored paisley challis with soft fringe.
look great in stockings...add a slim Gucci or the wide Paloma Picasso number.
are always appreciated...check out the chic vintage white kidskins and the
elegant pink opera gloves (don't miss the collectible Lilly Dache and Claire
McCardell beauties.) Men with style love
ties... add a skinny 60s Rooster tie, a funky 50s bow-tie or a Versace silk
to their stockings this year.
Of course you can always create your own stylish "stocking" by using
a handbag from Your Sister's
Mustache. The fun and functional bags are made of laminated recycled
newspaper and magazine pages and are the perfect carry-all for all your holiday
Sample Sale Alert: Lucky Fashion Diggers in New York shouldn't miss the holiday
sale on YSM laminated newspaper handbags and accessories. Your Sister's
Mustache, 208 West 29th St. , between 7th and 8th Aves., NYC. December
Orlando Vintage was founded by Lisa Marie Booth in Winter Park, Florida. She
was one of the first people to open a shop on FASHIONDIG and her vast
collection of stylish vintage clothing continues to be a top-seller on the
site. "Most of the inventory I carry comes directly from the current
owners of the clothes which is by far the best way to get the cream of the
crop." Lisa feels that accessories can transform any outfit...and we
agree! Check out her beaded handbags, needlepoint clutch, white Gucci handbag,
rhinestone jewelry and must-have go-go boots in black or white.
Deborah: I have an exquisite collection of 1930's black suede handbags
beautifully made and in excellent condition, except that the suede is bleeding,
i.e. comes off like a charcoal smudge on your hands and anything they touch. Is
there a way to stop the suede from bleeding?