Vintage Fashion, Chicago Style
Do you want to build a snowman?
There’s a thousand stories waiting to be left untold…
Walking in a winter wonderland in a fabulous 1950s party dress.
Back in business in a new part of town, showing off some pretty 1950s separates and talking about my brand new house!
Enjoying all the glamour of fall in a fabulous knit set.
Enjoying the first day of fall in 1950s separates.
Trying to bring a little fall into the last days of summer with vintage separates.
Living for this stunning navy and gold dress from Knee Deep Vintage.
Celebrating the unofficial end of summer if a lovely 1930s maxi dress.
Wearing watermelon pink dress at the Chicago Riverwalk.
Wearing an ultra-romantic Gunne Sax dress at the lovely gardens at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Trying to beat the heat in a 1950s playsuit.
Living my best life in a late 40s/early 50s peasant dress, shot at the beautiful Clarke House in Chicago’s Prairie Avenue Historic District.
Feeling fabulously romantic in a beautiful red and black lace dress from Australian designer Alannah Hill.
I think I found my new favorite summer outfit - a fabulous 1950s Egyptian print patio set.
I’m back from hiatus with a dress that works by the lake or in the desert sun.
Remembering my brother.
Feeling like a real Barbie girl at Navy Pier in this 1950s inspired outfit.
Discussing some of my recent reads, including Madeline Miller’s Circe, Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky, and more.
Feeling light and airy in a delicate crochet dress at the Field Museum.
My name is Jessica, and I'm a modern woman with a love for all things vintage. I'm a feminist, a Chicago transplant, and a total nerd. This is a chronicle of my interests and adventures.
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