What Inspires Me: It’s Time to #getinspired on Instagram!

December 9th, 2013

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OMG!! I have huge news that I can’t wait to share with you!

Are you on Instagram? Don’t forget to follow me, @samanthamariedavis.

Are you on Instagram and want to possibly win $1,000 or $3,000 prizes from eBay?! YES YOU DO!

Here’s the contest, called GET INSPIRED.

Today I took over the eBay Instagram account! Follow @ebay today to see the photos of things that #inspire me for eBay’s #getinspired contest going on now through December 16!

Here’s how to enter the contest: share a photo or video of what inspires YOU on your IG account and hash tag it #getinspired to enter to win anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000!

Six prizes are up for grabs —> feeling inspired to enter yet? :-) Make sure you also follow @ebay to enter. 1, 2, 3 … GO INSPIRE GO!

Official rules here: http://www.eBay.com/getinspired

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Designer Eyeglass Frames for Men

December 4th, 2013
Designer Eyeglass Frames for Men

Eyes are considered to be a powerhouse of expression and it’s actually possible to convey a thousand words with eyes without even uttering a word. So, it is quite obvious that no one will prefer hiding their eyes behind glasses. But, the good news is that there are a wide array of designer eyeglasses available in the […]

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How to Have a Vintage Holiday in 3 Simple Steps

December 1st, 2013
How to Have a Vintage Holiday in 3 Simple Steps

These are tried-and-true remedies for the “ho-hum” frustration you may be experiencing now that the radio is playing Christmas music non-stop and your kids keep asking for a Xbox Playstation. What are your vintage-themed holiday traditions? Can I add anything to this list for next year?

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Vintage I’m Lusting for Fall

November 14th, 2013
Vintage I’m Lusting for Fall

The other day my mom called me to ask, “What do you want for Christmas?” It’s a tough question to answer, especially when you’re trying to MINIMIZE your possessions and not MAXIMIZE them, which the world of marketing teaches us is the right, “happy” way. What I love about vintage fashion is that because there’s […]

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5 Reasons Why I’m Silly for Vintage Sequins

October 29th, 2013
5 Reasons Why I’m Silly for Vintage Sequins

No matter your shape, size, aesthetic or age, sequins always impress with your dress. You can be 80 years old wearing sequins like you’re 18 again, or plus-size in sequins like a hot mama with a little junk in her trunk. Sequins prefer women who scream, “This is me, I love my imperfect perfections!” My vintage sequin collections on eBay are off the charts – follow me to see the shine for yourself!

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10 Trends of 1920s Clothing Worth Collecting

October 14th, 2013
10 Trends of 1920s Clothing Worth Collecting

1920s clothing is becoming harder to find for resale, and fast approaching the canon of “antique,” which is defined as anything 100-plus years old. This post will help to identify and understand the style value of your ’20s clothing garments as identified by the most prominent trends of the decade so you can purchase or sell ’20s garments with better knowledge of current and future market value.

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1930s Fashion History for Fabulous Feminine Style

October 14th, 2013
1930s Fashion History for Fabulous Feminine Style

1930s fashion was an era of feminine and romantic style as influenced by America’s captivation with silver screen stars who wore sensual silks, luxurious lace and backless gowns. Coco Chanel knit suits, Elsa Schiaparelli hats and designs in her “shocking pink” color, Madeleine Vionnet bias cut dresses and Madame Gres Grecian-style pleated dresses were some styles that graced the pages of Vogue and the runways of Paris.

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21 Reasons Why You Should Wear 1940s Clothing & Trends

October 14th, 2013
21 Reasons Why You Should Wear 1940s Clothing & Trends

1940s clothing and trends in America from 1940 to 1947 were influenced by the pressures of World War II. Victory suits, padded blazers and pants were worn by women. Wool, nylon and silk was outlawed, so rayon and gabardine became popular materials.’40s American fashion was about masculine styling of severe suiting, sharp and somber-colored dresses and the era’s “make do and mend” motif.

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