“Winter Vintage”- Fall/Winter Vintage Fashion Tips PLUS My Cold Weather Wishlist!

0 Winter Vintage  Fall/Winter Vintage Fashion Tips PLUS My Cold Weather Wishlist!LiNKAGE:
The Freelancer’s Fashion Blog:


Ulrika’s Winter Anatomy post:


Strawberry Koi blog:


Elegantly Amused on Youtube:


Elegant Musings,the Blog-


Freddies of Pinewood:


The GOlden Girl of the West Blog:


Fleur De Guerre’s blog:


Bettie Blues Loungerie:


Sock Theory:


Vivien of Holloway:


Le Bomb Shop:


Miss L Fire Shoes:


Cavender’s Boot City:




Heyday Clothing:

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October 30, 2011 · admin · 25 Comments
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  1. EricaStarsMusic - October 30, 2011

    Great vid
    Great vid

  2. madmuffninja - October 30, 2011

    @LisaFreemontStreet …
    @LisaFreemontStreet Too right! If you go to vintage shops in London, they will have dresses from the 80′s as well.

  3. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @ZorchKitten I …
    @ZorchKitten I think she marked your comment as spam. LOL I fixed it. ;-)

  4. ZorchKitten - October 30, 2011

    @LisaFreemontStreet …
    Clearly she’s the one who can’t “take it”.
    I think you look lovely btw :) x

  5. ZorchKitten - October 30, 2011

    Great vid as usual, …
    Great vid as usual, Ashley :)
    Wow, lilcherrybomb86 your amount of self importance is staggering!
    “I think f you want 2 look good you’ll take the advise” – We don’t all need your input to get ourselves ready in the morning, thanks love.

  6. missLeinax - October 30, 2011

    Im always confused …
    Im always confused about vintage in winter, i stick to trench coats, gloves, scarfs & high heeled boots similar to an Oxford boot. && I do the shirt under dress style! I usually go for a turtle neck & the dress gives it an effect of a vest too. Really helpful video, I’ll have to check out some of these websites ! xo

  7. PigletChrys - October 30, 2011

    Wow… So much …
    Wow… So much negativity on this video… and apparently is neither effective or accepted. But anyway, I love these videos regardless of what ‘era’ or ‘vintage collection’ you’re working with. The advice and the information you give can really help those of us who may not know otherwise. Thanks for the help. :)

  8. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @lilcherrybomb86 …
    @lilcherrybomb86 Sweetie, if I wasnt ‘taking it’, I’d have deleted it. Taking it does not mean agreeing there’s a problem. ;-)

  9. lilcherrybomb86 - October 30, 2011

    Ok very wrong again …
    Ok very wrong again about the word vintage but ok, anything old I guess is vintage, once again I gave my opinion of what doesn’t look good, if you can’t take it don’t post vid!

  10. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @amyjeannemac LOL!!
    @amyjeannemac LOL!!

  11. sdev1989 - October 30, 2011

    @lilcherrybomb86 …
    @lilcherrybomb86 You confuse your own opinion with the one and only truth.

  12. amyjeannemac - October 30, 2011

    Dude, you’re video …
    Dude, you’re video is so gud. Their is an element ov vintage greatness 2 it. LOL!

  13. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @lilcherrybomb86 * …
    @lilcherrybomb86 *sigh* I will bypass the negativity towards my mom which was entirely uncalled for since any of us who dress in a style from the 1940′s and 1950′s are actually dressing like our GRANDMOTHERS . But I will have to mention, for the benefit of others who are reading this comment, that vintage clothing is actually classified as clothing from the previous era. Therefore, clothing items through the 1980′s are technically ‘vintage’. Thanks again, dear.

  14. lilcherrybomb86 - October 30, 2011

    @Lisafreemontstreet …
    @Lisafreemontstreet That’s were your wrong 70′s are NOT considered vintage only from late 1930-1960′s , just because your mom does it doesn’t mean it looks good, it’s the other way around I don’t think anyone wants 2 dress like their mother! I think f you want 2 look good you’ll take the advise, I’m 24 so “tacky” is a good word 2 describe what you were wearing!

  15. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @lilcherrybomb86 I …
    @lilcherrybomb86 I find it interesting that if I respond in any way other than ‘thanks for your advice’, I am somehow accused of not taking criticism. haha. It’s funny you mention this is something your ‘mother would do’ because my mom did do this in the 1970′s. Knit tops beneath dresses were common back then. Not my favorite era but hey, I guess it’s vintage. I completely embrace constructive criticism but ‘that’s tacky’ is not really constructive now, is it? xxoo

  16. fdoeppen - October 30, 2011

    Oh, my military …
    Oh, my military friend has a great tip. Always keep your torso warm, everything else just kinda works out better. I love wearing dress shields, it protects my clothes from sweat stains (in case I get hot) and adds to the layers of warmth. Kleinerts has some great ones in their site.

  17. fdoeppen - October 30, 2011

    Great, great, great …
    Great, great, great video as usual! Thanks ;)
    I personally don’t like to wear tights, the nylon material makes me very uncomfortable, so I prefer knee-highs or over the knee socks with the adorable sock garter I find at sockdreams online store. I highly recommend that store.
    And like you said: Layers, layers and layers! I much prefer layers over thick and heavy material, but then I’m in Texas where the Winters are not as cold as up North :)

  18. lilcherrybomb86 - October 30, 2011

    @Lisafreemontstreet …
    @Lisafreemontstreet. I never said you were all vintage but Your advertising vintage though! You can obviously wear whatever you want I’m just saying it looks tacky,it only looks nice if your wearing a high neckline or overall type dress, other wise that just looks like something my mother would do! just learn 2 take some criticism! Cuz i love all your vid, I’m not hatting just advising ;)

  19. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @renaissancegirl87 …
    @renaissancegirl87 This one is from the early 70′s. I wore it in the 90′s…maybe you saw me. :) Just kidding…none of my friends had one like it. I think they were embarassed by it, honestly. haha

  20. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @lilcherrybomb86 …
    @lilcherrybomb86 But this is your opinion, right? I am not one to care whether I am over-all vintage and am just as likely to wear a punk tee shirt beneath this dress- which is why I always try to give several options to my viewers. So if I like it and if I don’t care if you think I am classy-can I still wear it? ;-)

  21. renaissancegirl87 - October 30, 2011

    I think the hat is …
    I think the hat is the 90s take on the 70s on the 30s…I remember those hats from the 90s.

  22. lilcherrybomb86 - October 30, 2011

    @Lisafreemontstreet …
    @Lisafreemontstreet it changes the dress alright n the whole style of vintage! Like I said it only looks ok if it’s an overall type dress f not it looks bad, not classy at all!

  23. littlered1925 - October 30, 2011

    This video makes me …
    This video makes me like winter a little more :) I love vintage winter fashion! Thanks for uploading.

  24. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @lilcherrybomb86 I …
    @lilcherrybomb86 I like the way it looks… I think it is like having an entirely different dress since the undershirt changes the neckline and makes the dress look almost like a vest. I have sweaters and could certainly wear them instead if I so choose. Sometimes I do. It’s not an issue of not having a sweater so resorting to a top…I actually do like the top. ;-) The Daddy-Os jacket is great for layering. My husband has a bunch like that.

  25. LisaFreemontStreet - October 30, 2011

    @Allthingsfluffy …
    @Allthingsfluffy lol! that’s great. :)

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