Sponsored: Nataya Emerald Dress

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I had some fun with this antique hat and gifted dress from Nataya this weekend!

More and more I’m appreciating newly-made, retro-styled clothing. This dress has pretty embroidered details and a flowy overlaid skirt—yet it’s also hardy enough for my life with toddlers. 😆

Guest Post: The Amelia Earhart Lookbook

In honor of November being Aviation History Month, I put out a call for collaborations and guest posts on Instagram and Facebook, and @the_pinup_pilot answered!  She made this *amazing* lookbook inspired by styles from Amelia Earhart's original 1930s line of clothing as well as photographs of Amelia. 

Sponsored: Nataya Lemon Dress

Nataya Alexa 1920s Flapper Dress in Lemon

Disclaimer: I was gifted this dress by Nataya in return for posted content, and this post contains affiliate links.  (Commissions from these links help fund my caffeine and crafting!)

If you're a fan of vintage fashion with a modern twist, the Alexa 1920s Flapper Dress in Lemon from Nataya is a must-have for your wardrobe. Nataya pieces have a romantic 1910s-1930s kind of vibe about them with more modern wearability, so they can be accessorized to lean into several different eras. I went with a summery 1920s look for this dress!

Eielson Jet Sweater


I’m very proud of this particular project representing my current home in Alaska! Alaskan-dyed wool, fighter jets, and snowflakes--what more could I need?!

Nursing-Friendly Vintage Thrift Haul

New Youtube video! 

I needed some nursing-friendly garments for this phase of life, but I needed a way to get them that is more budget conscious. Enter thrifting!

What's your favorite look from the haul?

1940s Woman's Day Purse

 While I've still got some fluctuating postpartum measurements, I'm taking the time to make things like accessory sets that will fit any time. As part of a set, I decided to break out this 1940s pattern and make the "small rucksack" purse!