Vintage Ventures, Part I
Posted onNovember 19, 2013

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Blazer: Vintage Yves Saint Laurent / Leather Top: Bailey 44 / Leather Skirt: Vintage Beged Or / Necklace worn as Bracelet: Vintage / Belt: Stella McCartney sim / Shoes: Tom Ford / Sunnies: Prada / Hair: Mazali
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Yesterday I had the pleasure to hang out by The Frock Swap pop-up-shop in Cedarhurst, and try on a few selected outfits from the dynamic duo’s treasure trove of fashion.  Aside for the fabulous frocks, the two sisters behind this designer consignment venture, Chaya and Simi, are pretty fab and fun themselves.  Visiting their spot is like going to play dress up with really good friends.  Friends who just happen to have hoards of incredible articles of clothing and accessories brimming with unique details, and one-of-a-kind allure.  Regrettably my camera did not accompany me, but the Swap sisters got some shots, and while they’re surprisingly good for an iPhone, it is hard to do justice.  The clothing are just too beautiful.  I will be styling my fab find in my next post, Vintage Ventures Part II!

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Sonia Rykiel Sweater / Jill Stuart Skirt / Camilla Skovgaard Heels

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Jean Paul Gaultier Vintage Dress / Camilla Skovgaard Heels

The pieces are extraordinary and Chaya and Simi are a perfect styling pair who literally throw together the most brilliant outfits in a matter of seconds.  To get your own fix of  The Frock Swap, join us Wednesday Night, November 20th at Ohr Naava’s Great Vintage Event, for a night of shopping with them, and many other vintage vendors.  Hope to see you there!

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