Thursday, April 22, 2010

April Is The Month To Think Pink

I'm sure I'm not the only woman who thinks pink is grossly underrated. Perhaps it has been ruined for some many women by the legions of little girls between the ages of 2 and 10 who have pink dresses, pink bicycles, pink hair ribbons, pink pencils.... Once you reach a certain age, you can no longer even stand the idea of it. But maybe April is the month to re-think pink. What greater way to feel fresh and feminine this spring. Here are some lovely vintage goodies I recently found in this most delicate of colors.

Vintage 1950s Cardigan in Blushing Rose (XL), $56. Available at the ever-fabulous Small Earth Vintage

Eros Pink Cut Out Dress (S), $55. Available at Capricious Traveler

Vintage 1980s Pink Leather Pumps, (Size 8.5/German 39), $34. Available at Dear Golden Vintage

Vintage 1960s Bubblegum Pink Dress (L XL), $29. Available at Curious Knopf

Vintage Headband Hat, $25. Available at EGVintage

Vintage 1950s Shirtwaist Dress (L XL), $46. Available at Raleigh Vintage

Vintage 1970s Pink Peasant Dress (M L), $42. Available at Marie's Vintage

Vintage Fuchsia Cork Wedge Sandals (size 6.5-7/German 37), $32. Also available at Marie's Vintage

Happy springtime vintage shopping!


  1. Very nice--you have ME re-thinking pink! I went through a "pink phase" a few years ago that now has me all anti-pink, but I'm starting to warm up to the paler and more mauve-y shades lately. (Thanks for including my sweater here!)

  2. Yeah, luckily it comes in many shades. Thanks for following my new blog. :)