Dear Diva Readers,
top: 5px; float: left; color: white; background: #781300; border: 1px solid darkkhaki; font-size: 80px; line-height: 70px; padding-top: 1px; padding-right: 5px; font-family: times;”>Nope that’s NOT a misspelling – today I’m the Aunt-iques Diva! You might have noticed I’ve been behind on blogging – not doing my normal 2 or 3 times per week postings. That’s because I’ve been on holiday, taking a gloriously long month in the USA to see my family and friends over Christmas and New Years. I set aside my Antiques Diva® hat to spend some time with nieces and nephew, being The Aunt-iques Diva! Of course, you can’t take the Antiques out of my name. I may have been stateside home on the range instead of shopping the flea markets of Europe as I normally do, but I still took my nieces & nephew out aunt-iquing.
What did we find? A slew of vintage clothes!
My niece Tessa with the pink hair looked so adorable in this green frock that I had to buy it for her – meanwhile I was sort of smitten with the pink hat on me!
Lizzy looked adorable in red – especially with that herringbone jacket!
Kyrra found an elegant gown for her upcoming trip to visit me in Europe this summer – we’re already planning where we’ll go so she can wear this dress in true diva style!
Of course sometimes you can’t decide what to buy!!! I also bought Kyrra a gorgeous red gown!
Though she decided to pass up on this poodle skirt wondering if she’d actually wear it or if it would merely be a costume?
Even my dad and nephew got in on the action! Dad loved the architectural salvage store I took him to while my nephew Gabriel picked up a handful of Hank Williams records – the perfect present for a budding musician who has just released his first CD!
After the holidays, I’m now back home in Europe with a wonderful winter agenda with The Antiques Diva® & Co.
The Aunt-iques Diva