Lucky Rabbit Store Update

I am not bragging when I say that this week’s vintage store update is filled with amazing and killer pieces. It’s kind of fact, and I am kind of relishing them while they stay in the studio. I do like looking at our collection. Do you have a favorite item, clothing peice, accessory, SHOE, that you have on display at your house or office?

♥ Lucky Rabbit

Vest Beaded Sliver Leaf & Bow Ivory – Small / Medium – Encrusted, Pearls, Beads Preppy Vest – Unique –

60s Retro Tank Top Pink Checkered – XS / S / M Mock Turtleneck Rockabilly Strawberry Pink Check NEON Lime Green Rose Print – Vintage

Blouse Cocoon Pleated Striped Top – S / M Cream Off White Baby Doll Button Up Dolman Batwing Sleeve Handmade – 70s Vintage

Seafoam Green Cardigan Blazer Sheer Lace- S / M Handmand Mint Lace Cutout Jacket – Unique Vintage

Nude Lace Blouse Top – S / M Romantic Scalloped Lace Bridal Vintage – 80s
Sailor Navy Ascot Blouse – S / M Pussy Secretary Top Necktie Bow White Navy Blue Menswear Chunky Gold Buttons – 80s Vintage
Linen Pleated Wide Top – S / M Puff Sleeves Preppy Sailor Secretary Top Horizontal Pleat – 80s Vintage
50s Equestrian Riding Ski Pants Breeches – XXS / 24 CHIC High Waisted Flared Hips Stirrup Menswear Authentic Ski Trousers – vintage

KILLER 70s Floral MAXI Dress XS / S / M Draped Super Model Length Plunging V Neck Empire Waist Multi Color Flowers – 70s Vintage

Autumn Color Floral Pencil Skirt XS / S Rose Flowers High Waist Wiggle Body Con Skirt Rust Red, Dark Mustard Muted Colors – 90’s Vintage


Introducing Style Fuse Diaries’ New Co-Blogger, Lexi!

I am VERY pleased to OFFICIALLY announce that we’ve invited a blogger to co-write Style Fuse Diaries. If you follow the shop on Twitter or Facebook, then you’ve probably heard rumors and rumors of rumors about a new blogger.

Style Fuse Diaries is not intended to be a ‘store-only’ blog. Enter the idea of a co-blogger. The purpose is to help provide our readers with a diverse experience.

Last month we put out a call and received many applications. The competition was stiff, but Lexi, blogger for Glitter and Pearls, shined through. This past week, I interviewed her to help us learn all about her!

Lets welcome Lexi!

♥ Lucky Rabbit

Chelsea: Hi, Lexi- About a month ago, you shared your adorable blog with me.  It has a great following. I love what you have done! What inspired you to start writing?

Lexi: I was always a writer, graduated with an English degree, and realized getting a job in Jane Austen studies was going to be tough … so, I went to law school.  As law school wore on, I missed writing.  My blog came from that need to express myself and to get back into writing.  Glitter & Pearls became my baby – seriously, I tear up just talking about her (okay, maybe it’s not that bad.)

Chelsea: How long have you written Glitter and Pearls?

Lexi: Glitter & Pearls is a year and a half old.  I tried with a much more novice blog during law school, but I hardly had time to feed myself, let alone write inspiring content, and so I retired blog numero uno.  With a law career came G&P, and a whole lot of fashion babble!

Chelsea: What do you blog about there and how do you describe your blogging style?

Lexi: My blog goal is to post everything and anything I fall in love with, from gorgeous clothes to impractical shoes, home decor, in the kitchen, DIY and crafts, weddings, even the big scary future.  My style is 2 parts tacky, 2 parts couture (gotta keep those even), and a whole lot of budget-friendly determination … what does that add up to?  Note: math was never my strong point.

Chelsea: I’m so excited to invite you as apart of our team! What unique quality do you plan on offering to Style Fuse Diaries?

Lexi: I really try to connect with my readers and keep it real.  I envy the fashion bloggers who look drop dead gorgeous in haute couture, but I also wear jeans … and flip-flops (gasp!)  I’m a big fan of mixing it up – I’d love to walk around with light-up neon signs:  $3 tights on clearance at Target, polka-dotted triangle bra from Dollar Tree, $295 Balenciaga sunglasses (on sale), Madewell dress on super clearance, Old Navy sweatshirt – victim of my scissors and gussied up with vintage fabric pockets, Joie Travelin Band Booties.

Fun Fact: Lexi Was Recently Married!

Chelsea: What are 5 things that describe you?

Lexi:  books, tights, big dark sunglasses, music, and glitter

Chelsea: Current Fave Blog Reads?

Lexi: This is the toughest question, but if I had to narrow it down to a handful:

Honestly WTF
The Man Repeller
Rock Star Diaries
My Cup of Te
Court + Hudson
Better Off Wed
Steffy’s Pros + Cons
Le Blog De Betty
Free People Blog
SF Girl By Bay
California Closet
Mama’s A Rolling Stone
The Possessionista

Chelsea: When you are not blogging, what can we find you doing?

Lexi: Lately it feels like all I’m ever doing is blogging, but in my precious spare seconds I speed online shop, watch trashy television that high-brow friends make fun of me for, and I cook (and burn myself).

Chelsea: Some will say that there are 6 degrees of separation from everyone on Earth. Are you 6 or less degrees from anyone famous?

Lexi: Yes!  David Duchovny, of X-files and Californication fame, and Adam Duritz, lead singer of the Counting Crows, are both somehow distantly related.  Naturally, the two Jews are my peeps.  Also, the whole Adam Duritz thing poses a bit of a problem.  I love him, and not in a third cousin removed kind of way.  Those dreadlocks get me every time.  (Love you, hubby!)

Chelsea: What is an interesting fact about you?

Lexi: I had cancer this year.  There, I said it (first time on the internet).  Somehow I managed to get myself the “best kind of cancer possible”, whatever that means, and I’m feeling great!  Also, I rocked Juicy Couture tube socks in my surgery – always keep your bling on!

Chelsea: What do you think about buying vintage and fashion (current and past)?

Lexi: I am a huge proponent of vintage fashion.  When it comes to vintage, my love is at a close tie between the amazing finds/deals and the sheer history of it all.  See, it all comes back around = literature nerd.

Chelsea: Are you a thrifter? If so, what was your best score?

Lexi: Best score ever:  vintage white framed Gucci sunglasses with the green and red stripe and gold Gucci symbol on the arms.  I imagined myself a quirky wannabe tennis player … like Luke Wilson’s character in The Royal Tenenbaums, but in girl form.  Also, I lost them in the ocean.  Devastated.

Chelsea: Thank you for sharing all about yourself and your blog, Glitter and Pearls. Is there anything else that you’d like to ad?

Lexi: I am so looking forward to writing with Chelsea and interacting with all of you lovely readers!

Chelsea: Lastly before, you go, what can we look forward to in your first few posts?

Lexi: For starters, I’ll be talking about how to transition your favorite Summer pieces into Fall, and then because we all miss peanut butter sandwiches and nap time, a peak at this season’s most adorable back-to-school backpacks and how to wear them grown-up style!

Chelesa: I love it! I can’t wait to see what you have in store for the Style Fuse Diaries. We look forward to reading what you have to say, Lexi!

We Wear Tight, Tights

Colored tights, printed tights, tight-tights! Lets go shopping for our most favorite accessory of all!

Last week, we talked about the granny square and House of Holland (which, by the way, their 2011 Fall blanket maxi dress is SOLD OUT at Open Ceremony!) Never we fear. Did you catch a glimpse of their printed granny square tight? They’re chic, 70’s funk, and a hell of a lot of fun!

Get these designer prints for $27.95 at My Tights.

Oscar de la Renta’s 2011 Fall campaign is something to be inspired by. I’ve grabbed a few stills to show you. Check out those green thigh high tights in their street style video. That bright green hue is amazing; don’t you think? It’s not too blue nor too yellow: it’s juuuuust right!

We Love Colors has a similar pair. Score them for only 8 bucks! The color is called “Scout Green.” See the color collection here. Buy them here.

If you enjoy a luxe pair of tights like these Wolford’s from ASOS, then you probably know that Leo, their leopard printed tight, is sold out everywhere. So I went on the hunt to gather a few savvy alternatives so we don’t feel like we missed out!

Top To Bottom:
ASOS | Leopard Print Tights (14.64)
The Stylish Fox | Savanna Leopard Print Tights by Fiore (10.80)
Urban Outfitters | Leopard Sheer Tight (14.00)
TopShop | Leopard Print Tights (16.00)

There are a lot of brand and style variations to choose from. Here is one of our favorite Chictopians, Nataliefeo, donning leopard print tights in blue!

Fashion floral tights are a pretty statement maker. But I have the urge to rough them up a bit: snag them, pierce them, get them nice and gritty. How about pairing them with a 90’s grunge baby doll dress with a leather or denim jacket and boots?

Brooklyn Industries has their pair of floral tights on sale right now for 12.99!

Let us never forget the coveted neutral tight. It’s not quite as formal as black or nude nylon, but it quickly adds sophistication and a sense of modesty to any outfit ensemble. Paul Costelloe shows us a fun take on the neutral tight in the Fall 2011 collection by pairing it will wild hair and intense colors and heavily textured fabric.

Try these Ralph Lauren opaque tights from Macy’s (16.00).

Lastly, I could not end this post without mentioning House of Holland’s suspender tight for Pretty Polly. (That would be a HUGE no-no!) Have you’ve seen these? I have been holding back from buying them for a good 18 months or so. I think it had to do with the fact that so many other online indie vintage stores style with these. (I have a mainstream complex that I’m currently battling.) In any case, I’ve decided that I need these in my wardrobe–STAT.

Find them right now at ASOS (21.95).

I can’t wait for tight season to begin! Thanks for browsing some of my faves with me.
♥ Lucky Rabbit

Deals & Steals: Wicked Plum Vintage

Wicked Plum Vintage is one of my favorite ebay vintage stalking grounds. It is like the internet’s best kept secret for glorious, pieces with maximum style power at really affordable prices. This week WPV has tons of on trend auctions ending tomorrow. I’ve spotted so many steals that I had to share them with you. So swoop, swoop on these deals!
♥ Lucky Rabbit


Drop-dead ultra sheer tiered gypsy skirt in Unique navy has me in vintage heaven. (Current Steal, $29.99)

70s vintage sheer & leopard print cami would look great with a good pair of pants and a blazer. Drooling yet? … this might turn into a bidding war. (Current steal, $9.99)

 This vintage 50s pleated skirt in cream has such a classy vibe. The midi length is perfect for Fall and Winter. Rock it with a pettiskirt and fishnets! (Current steal, $65.00 or make offer)

 As a vintage lover, cut out blouses are truly special. Shoulder cut outs are an incredibly rare find. Most that you see are reproductions or have been altered, (unless otherwise stated).  (Current steal, $14.99)

Vintage 80s trouser in rust.  Size Medium, ladies, Swoop this up. I’m a little disappointed they’re not my size! (Current steal, $14.99)

What do you think about these vintage 70s tortoiseshell boho shades ? Perfect Authentic vintage Styling to shield Sun rays. (Current steal, $14.99)

These auctions end tomorrow (Sep. 4th). If you missed out, contact the seller.

Gotta love ebay’s 2nd chance offers! Browse through more of Wicket Plum’s

vintage shop here for more amazing vintage.


LF Fall Preview

The LF Fall Preview was LOVE at first sight yesterday! (see more here) I cannot get enough of the silhouettes and neutral color palate that seemingly intensifies the splashes of indigo blue. Check out the angle sleeves, fishtails, sheer fabrics, 90s throwback references, and Southwestern vibe! There’s something for everybody!

My most favorite look has got to be the leopard pants with green brimmed hat. What can I say? The hat and the print sums me up in just one look! Which is your fave piece?

♥ Lucky Rabbit

Images via LF Stores “Fall 2011 Preview” Facebook Album

Style Guide: Neutral Territory


7 Neutral Must Have Style Guide

Because, when it comes to neutrals, savor it all…
♥ Lucky Rabbit

End of Summer SALE: 40% Off Pink Label

Right here, Right now, get 40% Off selected items in the store.
It’s out with Summer vintage, as we head toward listing heavenly Fall vintage.

Enter PINKSALE at checkout to get 40% off Vintage Clothing Stamped “Pink Label.”

For full price items, not listed as Pink Label, we kindly ask that you please checkout separately of sale items.

Happy Shopping!
♥ Lucky Rabbit
 Red Sheer Cape Blouse – S / M / L Avant Garde Batwing Tunic Chiffon Top Fluttery Sleeves Rainbow Rose Print – 80s Vintage

Wine Red Caftan Maxi Dress – S / M Boho Hippie Lace Fluttery Sleeves Full Length Loungewear Gown – 80 Vintage

 Retro Crocheted Pink Top – XS / S Cutout Open Weave Sheer Mesh Tank 70s Vintage Scalloped Neckline Handmade Shirt

Mexican Yellow Maxi Dress – XS / S Boho Festival – Embroidered Blue & Red Flowers Tie Waist – 70s Vintage

Bleached Denim Vest – S / M Cropped Blue Jean Dip Dye DIY Splattered Destroyed Button Up – Upcycled GAP Brand

Open Weave – Cutout Vest – Boho – In Natural Ivory White – Small / Medium

 Asymmetric Tulle Party Dress – Shoulder Bow – Size Small / Medium

 Ethnic Maxi Caftan Dress – M / L Turquoise Blue Green I. Magnin Beaded Plunging Deep V Neck Tunic Loungewear – 90s Vintage

Mint Green Slip Maxi Dress – S Lace Trim Boho Draped Nghtgown Deep V Sleeveless Tank Summer Dress – 60s Vintage

Babydoll Floral Sheer Gauzy Dress – S/M/L Grunge Revival Small Flower Print Multi Color – 90’s Vintage

 Tie Dye Babydoll Ethnic Jumper Dress – S/M Tribal Blue Batik

Slouchy Blouse – S / M Woven Textured Button Up Top Oversized Sun Yellow – 80s Vintage

Black SHEER Blouse – XS / S / M Grunge Slouchy Button Up Top White & Grey Floral Print – 80s Vintage

Top Blouse – S / M Black & White Leaf Print CAP Sleeves – Cropped Shirt St. Marks Abstract Graphic Print – 80s Vintage