For those who can't get out or have no where to go thrifting, thank God for the internet. One of my absolutely favorite places to go thrifting on the internet is a most fabulous place called Little Byrd Vintage. I discovered this vintage etsy shop through Rebekah's blog and I browse here on a regular basis. By the way, Rebekah is super hip and if you're into vintage fashion, she regularly posts photos of the thrifted outfits she's wearing. How cool is that?!!
You will find cool vintage stuff here.
Rebekah is a talented photographer. I love how she photographs her vintage wares.
I also adore her simple, nature-inspired aesthetic.
But what is also great about Rebekah, is that she also gives you lots of great ideas for display. Take for example this vintage wooden shadow box.
In the listing for this item, she will show you different things you can do with it.
Love the inspiration.
Rebekah also makes things using vintage materials, like this beautiful zippered pouch.Seeing as armchair thrifting is all I can do lately, I certainly have picked up a few vintage goodies from LBV recently.
A flower frog to add to my collection.
A trio of frames. Thought I could use them to frame some vintage wallpaper- that shouldn't take too much energy.
And I couldn't resist this vintage train case with the plastic handle. Thought it would help Rebekah in packing up my order of vintage treasures from her shop.