Last Summer, I took a trip to a quaint little town called Doylestown in Pennsylvania and came across this wonderful vintage shop. Debbie (the owner) was so sweet and her energy was magnetic. Vintage Doylestown was filled with amazing treasures and I was beside myself. Vintage shopping is such a thrill for me and I absolutely love finding the unexpected; marveling at the uniqueness and impeccable quality of a piece from so many years ago.

I often pick pieces that remind me of my Grandmother and Mom's style but I also wonder about the women who actually owned the pieces. What kind of women were they? Obviously very stylish, but what were their experiences from that time. Where did they work, what were their hobbies and how did they style the pieces I now own?

Needless to say I did some damage to my wallet at Vintage Doylestown and I've visited Debbie a few times since then. Early this year Vintage Doylestown transitioned from a brick and mortar store to an online shop and you can find Debbie's treasures and handmade items there. 

I never got around to sharing the trip with you so how about we invent throwback Tuesday (does that already exist?) and take a stroll down memory lane! 

This is a little video of me shopping. I thought Stef was taking my photo, so you'll see me talking to myself and acting like Doug from the movie Up. Vintage is my squirell!  

Sooooo stinking happy after vintage shopping!

This house matched my outfit so I pretended it was mine for the day!