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Check Out These Vintage Designer Goodies from Local Etsy Shop, BelleBea’s

In case you missed last weekend’s Vintage Clothing & Jewelry Show, never fear. There’s always Etsy, the online marketplace for all things vintage and handmade—and one of my personal favorite places to shop on the web. It’s full of gorgeous antiques, and guess what? Some of them come from right here in Dallas. My latest […]

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Champagne at Cupcakes at Thrift Kitten Grand Opening Party

There’s still a void in my soul from the closing of Ahab Bowen, but my heart is open and willing to love anew. I’m looking forward to shopping the scene at new Thrift Kitten (update: now named Mieux & Mieux) on Boll Street. Owned and operated by local gal Kelsey McLain, the store offers “new […]

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Shop Local Vintage Boutiques Online, Hooray!

Thrifting and vintage shopping is no piece of cake. (Cake is all I can think about today.) There’s digging, long drives, and frustration involved. Not when you shop Dallas’ Factory Girl, which is edited down to only gorgeous, recycled designer pieces that would blow Nicole Richie’s mind. For a limited time (like, the next four […]

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Like It Or Not, Factory Girl in Deep Ellum Has Seriously Cool Stuff

Sure, there’s drama surrounding Factory Girl co-owner Heather Hayler and her history. But there’s a reason we named her a “Taste Maker” back in 2008. Girl’s got style. I don’t know where the glorious goods in her new vintage shop come from, but they sure are cool. Jump for more of an inside look.

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Look What I Found at Lula B’s

I love Lula B’s. The outdoor banner advertises for “cool dealers.” Ain’t that the truth. For those who haven’t been: Deep Ellum’s Lula B’s (there are two locations) is a big, two-story warehouse full of retro stuff. Shop for furniture, clothing, jewelry, kitchenware, barware (lots of barware), lighting fixtures, shoes, and crap, I mean, um, […]

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Dallas, Meet New Vintage Store, Factory Girl

The thing I love most about this city is its creative people and the fact that they love to share their ideas with the public by opening storefronts, restaurants, and galleries. Tomorrow night you should really get your hiney to the opening of Factory Girl, Deep Ellum’s newest vintage shop owned by trendsetter Heather Hayler and […]

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