Lynn's Etsy Shops

Love vintage clothing from the 1940s - 1980s?  Shop Dress Your Drawers
Sweet on vintage collectibles, whatnots and whimsy?  Shop Cottage and Creek

dyd2.jpg DRESS YOUR DRAWERS      For me, dressers and drawers chock full of vintage 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s dresses, skirts, blouses, and lingerie makes my heart beat a little faster. When I stumble upon well preserved vintage clothing from the WWII Swing era or from the currently in vogue Mad Men 1950s era, it's a very good day! My etsy shop, Dress Your Drawers, is a virtual closet where you’ll find high quality vintage mens and womens clothing such as vintage dresses, skirts, suits, blouses, sweaters, shoes, hats, coats, lingerie, bathing suits, denim, purses, neck ties and bow ties, and jewelry … or whatever else strikes my fancy.

Etsy makes it easy to bring you some of my favorite designers/manufacturers like Ann Taylor, Vera Neumann, The Lilly by Lilly Pulitzer, Jerry Gilden, Anne Fogarty, Emma Domb, Betty Draper, Jonathan Logan, Bobbie Brooks, Haymaker, Lanz, Nelly Don, Serbin, Jessica McClintock, Suzy Perette, Pendelton, Vanity Fair, and Olga.

Cottage and Creek

 eom1.jpg              COTTAGE AND CREEK     My mother taught me at a young age to love my home and to fill it with things that have meaning and beauty. For the past thirty years I’ve collected vintage teacups and teapots, 30s, 40s, and 50s china, pottery and glassware, ironstone, ephemera and books, vintage fabric, sewing notions, and sewing patterns, lamps, linens, tea towels, hankies, vintage Christmas decorations, and even rusty, chippy garden tools. Nothing is off limits when it whispers of vintage charm and days gone by. My etsy shop, Cottage and Creek, enables me to share my treasures with other like-minded friends. After all, mother also taught me that it’s good to share!

Some of the collectible favorites I enjoy offering in my etsy shop, Cottage and Creek, include Fiesta ware, Hull, Hall, McCoy, Johnson Brothers, Delft, Shelley, Pyrex, Fire King, Vera Neumann, Tammis Keefe, Liberty of London, Anne Adams, McCall, Marian Martin, and Shiny Brite … to name just a few.

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