Get ready to go back in time and step into the glamorous world of 1950s pin-up style! With this guide, you’ll be able to channel femininity and elegance with all vintage vibes. From classic cars to timelessly chic fashion statements – get ready for a journey through an iconic era where red lips were always in vogue and cat-eye winged eye liner was essential. Let’s travel back together as we learn how modern women can recreate these sassy looks today! This beginner’s guide will teach you all you need to know about dressing in the1950s pin-up style!
I am so excited to share my latest design with you all. Many of you know I have my little shop Crazy4Me Style that has a great collection of vintage inspired tops and accessories and today my latest design Winking Honeyjust landed. My Winking Honey top is my most versatile design yet and can easily be worn under blazers and cardigans for work or add a circle skirt or pencil skirt for some retro flair and, it also pairs nicely with jeans or leggings for a fun casual outfit.
My Winking Honey top is screen printed with custom artwork featuring stunning red lips and a winking eye with long eyelashes on a baby blue ribbed scoop neck top that is so very soft and stretchy. I am thrilled to offer my tops in regular and plus sizes 2-20 for all you honeys!! I wear the curvy size XL and it hugs my curves perfectly. Hurry and snap yours up while they last.
We are taking a day trip into San Francisco today. Hubby and I both needed a little adventure with yummy food and lots of sights to see. I knew we would be doing a good amount of walking but I still wanted my pinup style to shine so I opted for my Cherry Velvetdress that’s a great turquoise blue color with lots of lush red cherries, my red cardigan and pair of Betsey Johnson tennis shoes. I received so many compliments on my dress!!
The drive down from wine country was pretty with lots of sunshine. Even after all these years of driving across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, I still get a thrill. The day was super clear and there were lots of sailboats in the bay and you could see Alcatraz clearly. We headed up to North Beach, San Francisco’s Little Italy for lunch. We stopped by Calzones, one of our favorite restaurants that has lots of tables and chairs out front and excellent people watching. Hubby ordered the pepperoni pizza made with a sauce of the best San Marzano tomatoes and artisan pepperoni. I ordered the lasagna. Calzone’s makes delicious food and their portions are big. My lasagna was loaded with meat sauce and a perfect amount of filling to pasta ratio, it was absolutely delicious.
After a hearty lunch we stopped next door at Biordi for their amazing hand-painted Italian pottery. The vast amount of styles and colors the majolica comes in is breathtaking. From dish sets and place settings, to vases, urns and tables and more, there is so much to look at and take in. Biorid’s is a must for anyone that loves Italian pottery.