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Women and Their Coffee Through the Years

"Coffee first, schemes later."<p>The relationship between a women and coffee has always been a beautiful one. Whether it's enjoying a cup at a little café, Starbucks to go, or your trusty at-home elixir, it does just as much to perk us up each day as putting on the perfect red lipstick. As Leanna …

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10 Totally Legit Tips from the Vintage Book "Don'ts for Husbands" | Loverly | Wedding Planning Made Simple

Ideas<p>10 Totally Legit Tips from the Vintage Book “Don’ts for Husbands”<p>Rachel W. Miller ·<p>We recently shared our favorite tips from the vintage book Don’ts for Wives; despite the fact that the book was published in 1913, the advice is surprisingly relevant to modern life. And the tips in the …


How to Shop Vintage

An essential guide from the founders of LA's chic vintage marketplace, A Current Affair<p>As the founders of <i>A Current Affair</i> marketplace, Joey Grana and Richard Wainwright know a thing or two about how to shop vintage. A hub for designers, stylists, celebrities and vintage aficionados, <i>A Current Affair</i> …


The 5 Funniest And Weirdest Things I Found In A 1968 Issue Of 'Teen Magazine

I really enjoy antique stores. No, not for the musty smell, but for the surplus of weird, weird crap available for purchase. One such silly item came to me this past weekend when I purchased a couple issues of <b>'</b>TEEN magazine from the 1960s. Initially I picked them for their fun covers and enticing …


NEFF Bake It Yourself

This is a great idea - we're all for making life easier in the kitchen.<p>What other top tips do you have for using cookie dough?