Behind The Scenes Of Our Vintage Loves Lookbook

The team behind our Vintage Loves line is so inspiring.  Every month our vintage buyer puts together amazing collections of hand-picked vintage pieces around a certain theme.  For the launch of each collection, she and our creative director and vintage photographer scout out locations to shoot the pieces – either as a vignette or, as we’ve been doing more of lately, a lookbook.  I love these lookbooks because they always feature girls who work here in our office as the models, and the vintage team always finds such amazing locations! This past December, deep in the holiday season, I had the opportunity to tag along for the shoot of our newest lookbook, “Sugar Magnolia.” The gorgeous collection consists of some amazing vintage white Victorian dresses paired back to western boots and biker elements like Harley Davidson t-shirts, leather and Americana accessories. On a chilly winter day, we drove up to New Hope PA to the home of our vintage buyer’s friends, David and Ginger.  They were so kind to welcome us into their rustic home full of handmade touches and antique treasures – I’ll have more on them and their home tomorrow, but for now here is a peek behind the scenes of the lookbook shoot!

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Such a great crew! Stay tuned for a closet visit with Ginger, front and center above, on the blog tomorrow.

Shop the Sugar Magnolia lookbook!

Photos by Julia.

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I love the pictures…they really tell a story and are so beautiful! As always your vintage buyers choices are awesome…great location – lovely home.

Callie

Rosaries are religious items not fashion accessories. How disrespectful.

amy

i love how there always has to be at least one uptight person taking offense to a free people post..

This is great.. including the religious items. God, take me there!!

Anonymous

They are fabulous shots and Ilove when you go to differentlocations.. very exciting…cool vintage so beautiful…. classic

Anonymous

Rosaries are love and devotionandthatis vintage from way back…..You prayed onyour neck….

Judith

Religion has been the subject of some of the most beautiful pieces of art known. The photography here is to be admired. Glorious work Julia.

CUTE!

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I love vintage and Cara j is great!!!;;