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.
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.
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.
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.
Feeling light and airy in a delicate crochet dress at the Field Museum.
Buzzing around Lincoln Park in a fabulous yellow and black frock.
Capturing the lovely spring blooms on display in a 1950s floral print dress.
Bringing the romance in a beautiful 1930s blouse.
Some of my favorite Instagram accounts for 1940s fashion inspiration.
Celebrating my 31st birthday in a fabulous 1940s dress set.
Feeling nautically chic at the beach in a 1950s dress.
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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