Tag Archives: vintage

Round She Goes Sydney | Saturday 12 March

I cannot tell you excited I am about popping my Round She Goes stallholder cherry this weekend! Two weeks ago, I spent the entire weekend sorting through four suitcases full of retro cute, vintage and modern clothes, shoes, bags and accessories for my Round She Goes market stall. I got a safetyread more »

Currently Crushing on Retro Village Rozelle

Ooh, I’m so excited to introduce you to my latest vintage obsession, Retro Village!  Open every Thursday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm (ish – it’s part of the charm), you will find the lovely Grace.  She will embrace you with her sunny charm and passion for retro andread more »

My quirky home decor

You might know that I’m a fan of quirky.  Love some retro cute kitsch, whimsical charm, vintage gorgeousness and upcycled loveliness. Luckily, the Blokefolk are totes down with this and love our quirky home decor as much as I do!  There’s pops of colour, homage to the past, and cheapread more »

Rozelle Markets

Recently, I ticked something off my bucket list.  I held my very first Rozelle Markets stall.  I know.  I need to get out more, right? For those of you who are more further afield, the Rozelle Markets is a Sydney local institution.  Held in the grounds of the local primary school, it operatesread more »

$5 Thrift Challenge | Rozelle Markets

Hello thrift challenge!  What can you get for $5?  My daily large latte costs $4.  A loaf of sourdough from Zumbo is $7.  One scoop of gelato at Bellingen Gelato Rozelle is $4. A new challenge was born recently on a Family Funday Sunday wander down the road. I decided to forgo my gelato treat inread more »

What exactly is retro cute?

So what exactly is retro cute?  If you’ve visited here before, then you’ve probably heard the term.  But what IS retro cute? What does it mean? What is Kimba going on about? Retro cute is my term for my style.  I adore vintage glamour and shabby chic, as well as rescuing forgottenread more »

Finders Keepers | a date with Boyo

Finders Keepers! Oh, how I love it!  A fabulous market event packed to the gunwales with hipster chic, handmade goodness, retro cute style and so much creativity you can literally slice it.  With a vintage bone handled knife, preferably. read more »read more »

Everyday Style with Styling You | March favourites

I absolutely love the Everyday Style project on socialite media, championed by our Queen of Everyday Style, Nikki from Styling You. It’s a great opportunity to share your style and gain inspiration from the everyday style of a vast variety of women – and the odd man.  I love watchingread more »

DAREcember with Fox in Flats | Week 2

After a month of dresses for Frocktober, followed by a month of daily bags for BAGvember, why not fall headfirst into DAREcember with Fox in Flats? It’s all about putting style back into the silly season and finding a little bit of time, just for you.  It’s so easy to get snowedread more »

How to tie a scarf into a hair bow | step by step guide

Clockwise from Top L – pink vintage scarf from Lifeline Vintage Manly | sash from Annelise for Sussan Vintage Robe | Never Too Many Bunnies scarf by Kirbee Lawler, vintage Japanese silk scarf from Vinnies Rozelle   You may have noticed that I am a fan of hair bows, especially when tiedread more »

Bagvember with Borne Naked | Week 4

Bagvember?  What’s all that about then?  The lovely Amanda from Borne Naked is fundraising for the Sydney branch of Dress for Success, an excellent charity aiding women by equipping them for the workplace with outfits, skills and confidence. read more »read more »

Bagvember with Borne Naked | Week 3

Bagvember?  What’s all that about then?  The lovely Amanda from Borne Naked is fundraising for the Sydney branch of Dress for Success, an excellent charity aiding women by equipping them for the workplace with outfits, skills and confidence. read more »read more »

Bohemian Traders by The Beetle Shack

I adore the lovely Emily from The Beetle Shack and her beautiful blog, filled with sunshine and stunning photography, thoughtful living and ethereal down to earthiness, amazing decor and enchanting babas. I was delighted to discover Emily had opened Bohemian Traders, an online boutiqueread more »

Bagvember with Borne Naked | Week 2

Bagvember?  What’s all that about then?  The lovely Amanda from Borne Naked is fundraising for the Sydney branch of Dress for Success, an excellent charity aiding women by equipping them for the workplace with outfits, skills and confidence. read more »read more »

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