Well, hello end of January 2014. A second ago it was mid-December and it was Christmas all up in here and now whoops…here we are at the tail end of January. Hi!

I’ve neglected this space because I’ve been a busy little beaver updating my shop. Lots of really incredible vintage dresses are now available. I hit a landmine of vintage glory a couple of weekends ago and I’m still working on getting them all up in the shop. In the meantime, here is a roundup of the vintage I’ve gotten into the shop this week.

 

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<3

Christy

 

Is it just me or is the build up to Christmas better than the actual day? I’m not at all religious, so the holiday doesn’t take on any religious significance for me, but it does ignite feelings of snowy nights, warm fires in the fireplace, decorating the house with my family, and twinkling lights all over the neighborhood. The entire month of December is one big cozy hug for me. So when the actual day comes and goes, I’m left feeling a little…empty. Anyone else?

Either way, I’m going to continue on with my Christmastime is Awesome Time until I crash and burn December 26. So with that, I present you with my latest holiday-themed post. I was sitting here, laptop on lap, with my Christmas tree staring me square in the face, when I thought…I want to see how people of yesterday decorated their trees! I love looking at old photographs, especially of the 40s and 50s. So here are a bunch of cat vomit-inducing tinsel trees coming at ya!

1940s Christmas tree

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Vintage holiday party

She looks fabulous, doesn’t she?

 

‘Tis the season for holiday parties! Between company holiday parties, family celebrations, and friendly get-togethers, it seems like most of us spend the entire month of December bouncing from one holiday party to the next! (And maybe even into January!) Every girl needs a fabulous dress to wear to these special occasions. And Thrifty Vintage Kitten is here to help you with that! The shop is stocked full of awesome vintage cocktail dresses. For example…

Vintage 1950s Candy Apple Red Dress with Bow Belt

Vintage 1950s Candy Apple Red Dress with Bow Belt

 

Vintage 1950s Little Black Dress with Bow at Neckline

Vintage 1950s Little Black Dress with Bow at Neckline

 

Vintage 1950s Teal and Black Silk Dress

Vintage 1950s Teal and Black Silk Dress

 

Vintage 1970s Pink Chiffon Dress with Rhinestones

Vintage 1970s Pink Chiffon Dress with Rhinestones

 

Vintage 1950s Blue Dress with Sleeves and Full Skirt

Vintage 1950s Blue Dress with Sleeves and Full Skirt

 (All images are linked directly to where you can purchase!)

This is just a taste! There are so many more vintage dresses in the shop that are perfect for holiday parties this year! Happy shopping!

<3

Christy

 

 

 

 

The holidays are coming! Does your little girl need a new dress for Christmas? Or maybe a new dress for a family photo shoot for your holiday cards? Children’s clothing designers in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s really did it right. The dress shapes are so cute and the designs are so charming. You can’t go wrong with a classic red plaid dress for your holiday celebration. It says preppy, traditional, and adorable all in one breath.

Be sure to pick up one of these vintage frocks from Thrifty Vintage Kitten! All of them will be available in the shop soon! (Bet you’ll even be able to find a one-of-kind look for yourself!)

Vintage Christmas girls dresses

 

 

Vintage plaid dresses

 

 

 

Vintage little girls holiday dresses

 

This is my favorite time of year. Happy holidays!

<3

Christy