I’m excited to share that T-shirts are coming!
Ive teamed up with @gummycartoons to create the perfect pinup tee that embodies everything I represent; New York, culture, art, and fashion. I’m not conventional by any means, but this is my strength. I want to share that mindset with all of you to help you realize that you don’t have to fit any mold of a subculture, being uniquely you is enough.
Can’t wait to share more of what’s to come. Love you all and thank you for continuing to support my brand @vintagevandalizm ! I’ll keep you posted on when these will drop.
They’ll be available in sizes XS-4XL in about 2 weeks exclusively at http://www.vintagevandalizm.com!
Sorry, no mens as of yet! ❤
I’m gonna have a @vintagevandalizm Fashion 101 class & pop up shop at @viva.las.vegas.vlv alongside @therealrockwell x @kustomvillewhere! We will be teaching you some tips and tricks on retro fashion & style, and after that you can shop our fabulous clothing!
Be there or be a square!
Friday, April 10th 1:30-3:30pm in the Deluxe Club.💖
You guys know from my instagram that I love love love music and lots of you message me for recommendations so Ive decided to gather a monthly playlist of songs I have on rotation during that time. If any of you have recommendations as well, I am open to hearing them! Hope you like this lineup! Read More
A little over a month ago, I went shopping in the perfect emerald green velvet dress called the “Dita” by Zoe Vine. I mean, it’s literally perfect and such a beautiful color! You guys know I like to mix up eras so I paired the dress with my 1950s Dorset Rex purse, 1980s belt (Also worn by Selena!), gold vintage jewelry, and simple black pumps. It was such an easy outfit to wear and such a LOOK. It helps that the dress is so comfortable. I was able to shop for hours without feeling like I wanted to run home to put on sweats haha. I think I may need this dress in every color now! Read More
I recently discovered Emma Zeck through this powerful post and found it extremely relatable so I thought I would share.
“@ every male in my lineage on my fathers side (minus my brother & uncle) – to no longer being a doormat & being taught in your actions that this is what I, as a woman, exist for, in the most enlightened way possible:
Fuck you all. Each & every one of you.
To the little girl in me who was exploited & objectified by the men in my lineage. who was taught by the women in my lineage to stand by the men even when they abuse you. Who watched the men degrade their women down to mere objects & the women let it happen because they did not know their own worth. Who was taught to over give & over extend for people who wouldn’t bat an eyelash for you – I see you. I grieve for the loss of your innocence.
You have been conditioned to think that being a doormat is what it takes to love & be loved. This is not the case, & never was. Anything that says otherwise is a patriarchal lie. And this web of lies has been strangling you for some time now but here we are, sweet one, slowly loosening it’s grip.”
In a nutshell, don’t let generational curses or empathy keep you stuck in situations where you are not treated with love and respect. Anything void of those important qualities, is not love. Pay attention to the warning signs and don’t confuse them for butterflies. Pay attention to your intuition and your energy especially when someones vibe exhausts you.
Leave no room in your life for narcissists. Period.
And if you do not know what a narcissist is, you can read all about them here.