Thursday, December 3, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
They are soft, comfy, loaded with lace, easy to wear, and one of a kind. Can't wait to show them off in Ithaca! Please come see us on Saturday or Sunday at the Apple Harvest Festival - we'll be there from 10 am till 7 pm each day.
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
We're so excited about this new collaboration - look for lots of yummy linen from us, coming up, and please do visit the Dinosaur Dry Goods website.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Our favorite thing is when people find the perfect wearable among our one-of-a-kind selection. Don't these ladies look fantastic? (We think our customers are the nicest, and most fashionable, people in the world!)
Our next show is this weekend - we'll be at the Nyack Street Fair on Sunday - please look for us...we'll be in front of the Library!
Thursday, April 2, 2009
This polo shirt is a kids' size medium (12), although it would fit a petite woman, as well. We've refashioned this polo shirt with the "local" design cut out of the back. The underlying fabric is a great geometric vintage print, suitable for boys or girls, in black, red, and white. This shirt is priced at $20. (Click the Buy it Now button below to purchase.)
This long-sleeved henley t-shirt, a women's size medium, features the "local" design cut out of the back. The underlying fabric is a happy, floral vintage print - faded blue background with sprays of yellow, orange, and pink flowers. The front of the shirt has been left in its original state, with a row of 9 pearly buttons. SOLD
Sunday, March 1, 2009
This embellished denim jacket reminds us of Spring, with lots of floral ruffles, and an extra treat: a vintage enamel floral pin, which is included! A great denim jacket (Levi's), size Large, has been treated to a healthy dose of vintage lace and found fabric ruffles in shades of Spring: pink, purple, orange, red, and green. Vintage orange rick-rack brightens the jacket, as does an appliqued patch of multi-colored birds on a fruit tree. The awesome vintage enamel floral pin is included, because it just looks so darned good on this jacket! SOLD
This apron really makes us think of Springtime, because it was designed as a gardening apron (but you could wear it for cooking, crafts, whatever...). It started out as a thrift store dress, but you can tell that it's much better as an apron. In shades of pink and grey, this garment is ready for work, but doesn't mind being a little gussied up! Her pocket is a nice, deep one made from a vintage kitchen towel, and she has an appliqued flower on the front, plus a fabric-covered button fastening the back. Cut to fit all sizes, nice and loose - and meant to be a beautiful over-garment! SOLD