ABOUT A GIRL
Ramblin' woman with a heart of black gold. Treasure hunter/restless spirit residing in Texas. I sell vintage clothing to local boutiques, run EBay and Etsy shops, create vintage inspired goods, and take road trips weekly. I love to cook, am a firm believer in crystal healing and other holistic practices, and am on an endless quest for knowledge. Music, film, and art are very important to me.
This blog documents my various adventures and inspirations... when time permits.
SISTERS OF THE BLACK MOON
Some of my vintage finds are sold online through Sisters of the Black Moon. Click the pic above to go shopping. These ladies won't disappoint!
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Tag Archives: France
You know a blog is gonna good when Comtesse de Castiglione is cited as it’s key inspiration. Art enthusiast Louise Ebel is the brains and beauty behind Pandora, which showcases her fabulous wardrobe (and equally fabulous musical taste).
While many of the top fashion bloggers appear to have endless streams of cash to spend on the latest designer goods, Louise shows the world how high fashion can be achieved without the high prices. Her style is a mix of vintage dresses sourced from Etsy, paired with wardrobe staples from the likes of H&M and Topshop. Shoes are her only splurges, yet she always manages to look like a million bucks!
Any gal who embraces 50s, 60s, and 70s fashions alike has a special place in my heart. And belongs in Blog of the Month Club, clearly.
“I’m a girl from a good family who was very well brought up. One day I turned my back on it all and became a bohemian.” ~ Brigitte Bardot