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VINTAGE: 'Find THE BEST Items In Any Thrift Shop' on Single Working Housewife

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VINTAGE: 'Find THE BEST Items In Any Thrift Shop' on Single Working Housewife

My friend Meghan recently called on me to talk about the how to’s of vintage shopping for her blog, Single Working Housewife. A site dedicated to celebrating all the best things about being a lady. Not a woman, a lady. She shows us that whatever walk of life we come from or field we work in, we should always mind our manners, dress appropriately, and of course, learn to throw the perfect dinner party.
Being the ultimate tomboy with a bevy of male friends I often lose touch with my lady side. Since reading SWH I’ve started to think differently about the little things like, thank you cards and hostess gifts, two truly important details that have been lost on me and many others in this digital society. Fortunately, I now have my own personal Emily Post to look to when I need inspiration.
Check out my interview on Single Working Housewife to hear all about my favorite local and online vintage sources, along with, six tips to navigating a thrift store and a shortlist of my best vintage finds.

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