Vickie's Vintage: Dress like you are in High School!


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Vickie's Vintage Boutique (fictional, but please don't tell them that)
 is ready for FALL and Back to School!

Vickie(center): Channel your Inner High Schooler, and come on down to Vickie's Vintage and get a discount on your entire purchase. 

Zoe(left);Bring your Year Book photo for a chance at our raffle!

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Carly(right): We have the newest, vintage, and even old Best Looks for your Fall wardrobe and unbeatable prices.

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Vickie: Great new fishnet vests will channel your inner Madonna!

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Carly: Great tops and jackets for a perfect fit, and for your LOOK, and so many fun accessories.

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Zoe: In Canada where I'm from, we dressed warm this time of year...a great stock of boots are already starting to arrive.

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We've update the shop and added a new designer shoe shelf---filled with classics and the most up to date styles. All these are new from a design warehouse that went Covid kaput! Come and see what we have!

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Some Designer bags too!

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Carly: We've filled the turn rack with lots of great looks.

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And a huge selection of vintage jewelry!

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Great tops and bottoms for school, work, or play!

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Zoe: If you are channeling your inner school girl...this is PERFECT, and the Chococat bag is adorable.

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Boots are creeping into the shoe shelves---and lots of school styles, too.

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Vickie: I think this is the largest selection of purses and totes we have ever had!

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Carly: Masks are mandatory, and we will all wear masks and sanitize the store frequently! Free masks, if you forget yours!


We've moved the jewelry and accessories display, I think the light is better here for it! 

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Don't miss our new stretchy bracelets, in many styles and colors!
Stretchies are gorgeous and so easy to wear!

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Happy Fall, and See You Soon! 
Don't for get to wear your mask and high school duds, or bring in your yearbook photo,  for discounts and the raffle! 


Vickie whispers: Stay tuned for our Halloween Annex located in the dark dungeons of this building. 
We can't wait to share this Spook-Tacular event 
with you, opening September 30th! 

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10 comments:

  1. I like the fishnet vests, I see the black one too... Cute post, the TV ads are fun! I wish Vickie's Vintage was closer, I could probably use a few things, my dolls are kicking around maybe having a 70's theme'd Halloween party, we'll see:@)

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    1. Hi, Lynn, thanks. Yes being closer would be fun---just think of the parties the dolls could have together! LOL.

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  2. Well Sandy, this is certainly a lot of fun. I had a blast during my high school days. That's where I initially discovered fashion. Your store is a LOT of fun and reminds me of a time when brick and mortar stores were all the rage. I still do not understand a generation that wants to sit at a computer and order stuff online. Most of the fun is sifting through all the racks of clothes, trying on different looks. Even if you don't buy anything, the outing at a store, for me, is such a great distration!

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    1. Ah...April...I was never a fashion icon...and I didn't have the $$$ for the clothes the cool girls wore. I remember helping a fabric shop owner clean his basement, and trading work for a length of merino wool for a vest and Junior House wool Fabric (Yellow watch plaid) for a skirt I sewed myself. I thought I was hot stuff. Luckily I made 6 outfits from the different fabrics the owner let me take for working three days cleaning and organizing his basement, bargain room. He bought a lot of bolt ends from design houses (back when things were still made in the states) Jr. House was in Milwaukee I think. My college years were in the art and psych department, but 3/4 of the gals on my floor were in fashion merchandising or Home Ec. I watched and learned tailoring and details. I'm going to start sewing again for my granddaughter as she is so 'narrow' and tall...nothing really fits her properly! Hugs, and thanks so much for the visit!

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  3. What a hoot Sandi! I want to visit Vickie's Vintage Boutique! I have never seen an earring and bangle collection quite like it. Those Barbies look far too cool for school, especially with that 1983 circa Madonna fish net vest. My girls would absolutely trash that place... and that is why children should not be allowed to play with dolls ;) (They have a lot of nude dolls and missing shoes :0) This post really brought a smile to my face. Lulu xXx

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting! LOL...on your 'children' comment. I was lucky I was an only child and none of my dolls were 'trashed'. Thanks so much for visiting! And I hope you come back, Sandi

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  4. p.s. can't wait for the Halloween event! x

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    1. Me too, lol, since it isn't started. I did pick up some small graphic stuff yesterday. I can always use some fresh ideas. Thanks for stopping by, Sandi

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  5. This season will be a huge success for the store, I bet! So much lovely and cool stuff, I love the shoes and the handbags shown, and all the clothes.

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    1. Thanks so much, Linda...Every once in awhile I find some real goodies. I used to like the Bratz and Mhigh bags I would find mixed in with Barbie stuff at thrift stores, and now nothing. Hugs, glad yo enjoyed my set-up! Hugs, Sandi

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