Look at your local vintage shops, flea markets, Goodwills, etc. You’d be surprised at the goodies you can find! If you need it altered just go to a tailor.posted over 3 years ago
I have to agree with ohlivia – thrift shops, flea markets and the like are seriously the best way to find little gems like that…posted over 3 years ago
Ah, it’s a shame the ones at Unique Vintage are so expensive – they’re gorgeous! Local vintage shops are probably a good bet.
Also, I’m doing a little searching on Etsy… I’m having so much fun with this. If you’re willing to compromise on color, you might be able to find more.
^ if you don’t mind shelling out an extra $30
If you want more suggestions, just send me a note!posted over 3 years ago
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I agree with etsy being the best bet if you can’t find anything in op shops or local vintage stores! Catherinee I love 1 + 3!!! gorgeous.posted over 3 years ago