Wednesday, September 28, 2011

little vintage style v.24

Welcome to Little Vintage Style, a place to show off your sweet little ones wearing vintage! Link up every Wednesday, and make sure to click around and say 'hello!' to all of the other vintage lovin' mamas like you!


Sorry if you stopped by earlier and LVS wasn't up yet! To be honest, I have been feeling a little off lately and this Wednesday really crept up on me. I realized late last night that I needed to post this week's LVS but I didn't have any new pictures of my girls, oops! I tweeted my dilemma and Bri came to my rescue, taking these photos of her sweet little girl Rilo this morning. Thank you for stepping in at the last minute Bri!

Hi! I'm Bri and I blog at {collected}! I'm happy to be participating in Little Vintage Style, since I happen to have a soft spot for all things vintage.

If I had my way, Rilo would have worn this dress every day this past summer.  Yellow is one of my favorite colors and I love to dress Rilo in yellow too.  It's just so bright and happy!  This dress actually came from Stacy's shop.  I think due to her recent growth spurt, we'll have to retire this dress until our next little girl comes along!

My favorite type of vintage clothes for Rilo are the ones with sentimental value. My Great-grandmother MeMe (and Rilo's Great-great-grandmother) was and still is an avid sewer. I have loved dressing Rilo in some of the outfits that MeMe made for me when I was little. This coat was actually made for my Great Aunt and then passed down to me. I love the classic shape of the coat and the sweet little lace detaling on the collar.

Thanks for having us Stacy and letting us take part in such a fun feature!

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  1. She is a doll! Love that coat!
    ~ Elizabeth

  2. That coat and dress are so sweet! I love that the coat is sentimental--the best kind of vintage in my opinion! :-)

  3. beautiful photos and that dress is just gorgeous!

  4. love the coat and dress, I wish we had more of my Grandmother's handi work

  5. What a cute lil lady! I love her little shoes!! :) Thanks for sharing!!