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Sure, we go nuts for vintage eBay scores and the latest runway trends, but there's nothing that stops R29ers dead in their tracks faster than some good ol' food porn. So, when Erica and Lauren of HonestlyWTF launched their equally delicious blog, HonestlyYUM, we just had to drop everything. Each week, we'll spotlight their creative concoctions. Go ahead, try to look away — we dare you.
I’ve been wanting to make my own tiered dessert stand for awhile now. However, the risk of potentially cracking perfectly precious vintage plates was seriously limiting my motivation. So after much research and time spent at the hardware store, I’ve found a foolproof way to safely drill holes into porcelain. You’ll need a power drill and perhaps another set of hands, but trust me, it’s totally worth it and actually super easy. Plus, they make fabulous gifts for mom! Click through for the step-by-step tutorial.
There's just something about flea markets and antique fairs that makes our vintage-loving hearts sing. And, Brooklyn Flea, the outdoor bazaar with locations in Fort Greene, Park Slope, and Williamsburg, is the ultimate destination for finding treasures of all varieties, from furniture and clothing to antiques and art. read
With Fashion Week taking place but twice a year, London's style elite have plenty of planning time before they show off their most carefully-chosen ensembles. This time around, it actually wasn't raining (for a change), which meant no annoying outfit constraints. Which might explain why the calibre of street style has been read