national consignment chain. I visited three, in two states, during a four hour time period. You ask how I find that stuff? THAT is how. All in all a good day except when a staff member at the last one absconded with my basket full of stuff thinking it was abandoned! (Dude, I was just trying to look through the dresses with two hands!) A helpful manager hooked me up with a miracle worker employee who found it out back, ready to be emptied. You might think I am overreacting, but, if you know what a 1970's DVF Wrap is, you know I am NOT! (If you do not know what that is, look for my post tomorrow). Along the route I spied this drive-in diner, which, according to a sign out front is under renovations to reopen. I hope the food is good, but, being the visual person that I am, I sincerely hope they keep that sign!
Salvage Chic in Pembroke, Massachusetts. In the spirit of gratefulness for the blog post from uber-style-maven Eyeliah at Style Symmetry, I wish to "play it forward" and post a few pics from the Salvage Chic shop.
Now, you might be saying to yourself "Why is she posting all these pics of tantalizing vintage goodness? I live halfway across the country and this is doing nothing but make me drool uselessly all over my keyboard." Well, I have good news! Christine and Claudia, proprietors of Salvage Chic, heros of the hunt, divas of dumpster-diving and masters of merchandising each have their own Etsy shops full of vintage-y goodness!
You can find them here at Salvage Chic Antiques and here at 23 Burton Avenue.
blog. It is guaranteed to have you LOL and ROFL and any other "L"s you can think of!