long nights spent by the record machine, dreamin' of vintage chevy and some old blue jeans . . .
Get a good nights rest in this classic long nightgown with delicate floral detail at the neckline. Featured in blue Scoop neck Long sleeves Button and floral detailed neckline Long length Machine washable Polyester / rayon $42.00
Nightgowns & Sleepshirts
My vintage Edison Records and my vintage Radio ..... Love the old stuff retro antique antiques radio iPhone iPod iPad record
Bright Blue Sky Nebula Galaxy Stars Space With SOME NIGHTS Text And Pyramid Print Long Sleeves Round on Luulla
You can't beat the classic feel of this Long Sleeve Jasper Hooded Henley from DKNY Jeans. Featured in blue Long sleeve Henley / Y-Neck Cotton Machine washable $48.65
First Gap store opened at Ocean Avenue and Fairfield Way in San Francisco (1969) Doris and Don Fisher opened their counter-culture-influenced jeans and record store in the northwest retail corner of the El Rey theater building on Ocean Avenue and Fairfield Way in 1969. By 1970, they had a second store in San Jose and over $2 million in sales. Today, Gap, Inc. includes the Old Navy and Banana Republic stores and is the second-largest clothing retailer in the world.
The Mamas and the Papas- California Dreamin'
The Silly BooDilly: Table runner - made from muslin, some of which was hand dyed with coffee, tumeric and walnut ink. Centre strips were torn and the edges left raw. Machine stitched with close, unevenly spaced rows of meandering straight stitch. Inspired by colours and textures of old, once white barns.
Flip the switch on a staid old shade with the subtle but dreamy touch of ombré. Whether inspired by a beach day spent staring at horizon b...
This is a skirt that was made from a pair of old jeans. The center panel was made by recycling a collection of various shaded blue jeans.
Capri Sleeper Sofa
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Some of the best moments in life are spent on the sofa. Relaxing, reflecting, and yes, dozing.
Living Room Furniture
Black and white, vintage photography. The days of the vinyl and record player. Born in the wrong generation.