|not my pictures taken from @tinyfeast and their instagram account. These two pictures sealed the deal for me to go.|
My first stop was to tinyfeast a specialty paper goods shop. The glittery bakers twine and gold pencils had my name on them. The store itself is gorgeously laid out and very well stocked. I just didn't seem to be in the mood to treat myself to any of the items I came in for. It is a lovely shop and I will be back and not to just ogle items.
Rhymes with Orange I was hoping to go in and find some yellow pyrex, a new change purse or possibly a new cardigan but came out with something even better. I finally got my hands on a pair of vintage metal brow line frames. These fit perfectly, now I hope I can find an optician who will be able to put new lenses and nose pads on these beauties. The price point was perfect and way cheaper then if I had broken down and bought them off etsy, happy to support a local shop for sure!
I made my way down to Vintage Glory (and the Princess street goodwill, but nothing was there...) I didn't find any items to buy at Vintage Glory but my lover from six months back was still there. There were quite a few nice embroidered bags but this one was the biggest and most expensive at $75. I am not quite ready to pay that price for a purse just yet. I hope the thrift gods see this picture and let me find one soon for cheaper!
I have a few more local shops that I neglected all winter to visit and then my spring get me out of the house list will be done!