Happy Easter (Vintage Flatlay #1)

Today is Easter. Since I am a sleepy head and I can’t function without proper 8 – 10 hours of sleep, I spent the most of my Easter’s day sleeping. Also I had to make up my 4 hours of sleep from yesterday. Boohoo…I am a crybaby. DX

The picture above is some of cute vintage finds that I found on Saturday. It was one of reason that I didn’t get much sleep yesterday. Early bird gets the worm! The treasures were found inside of an early 20th century bungalow house with mid-century interior and 70’s carpets. Apparently, the pervious owners liked to plant greens and make macrame. I did picked up all her metal plant stands but I didn’t get the chance to grab the macrame. Some people got it before I did. Well, I can’t wait to show you guys the rest of finds. 😛

Edwardian dress coming soon.

I am still trying to practice moody shots. I am not a big fan with moody style because I can’t master it on people. However, it does look beautifully on objects. The trick to take moody photo is to find a darker background. 🙂

Lately, Trader Joe’s has been my BFF for flowers. Flowers are not cheap. It is usually $10 or more in the grocery or flower shop. Trader joe’s wildflower bouquets are usually $1.99 – $3.99. Even my husband loves it. He is still pretty amused by the Orang spider-like flower.

Ok, I will stop keeping you been bored. Here are some more vintage flatlay photos.


1960’s swimsuit

Vintage flatlay2
Vintage mom’s Jeans, 1920’s top and 80’s leather slip-ons. Belt is NFS.

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I am a vintage clothing dealer that also enjoys capturing beautiful moments with my camera as well as exploring charming shops & restaurants. For more, https://luoluv.blog/about/

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