17 posts tagged vintage
The summer is fading and it’s time to gear up for crisp fall air, apple picking and school. It’s also time to make room for new goodies in the shop so until Aug 27th everything in the shop is 20% off with code “class” at check out. I even put some fall time favorites on the front page of the shop for inspiration.
Hello Lovelies, it feels like so long since I last updated my shop, but I have now, and I am even in the process of giving the shop a bit of a face lift. I hope you all like it and find it easier to see the garments and what they are all about.
In other news I have started a part time job as the costumer for the Monson Summer Theater’s production of Grease. It’s my first time costuming for theaters and so far it’s completely exciting and has yet to get overwhelming. I will be sure to share some photos of that adventure later on down the road.
I also have joined forces with my great Friend Nikki from Good Time Island Vintage to open an all 90’s shop called “My So-Called Store”. We will be finishing up the final touches in the next week or so and I will be sure to let you know when it’s up and running so you can get your hands on floral dresses, crop tops and anything else Angela Chase might have worn.
Indian Summer in Rust and Black Tent Dress Medium $85
1950’s Red Sun Dress Small/Medium $45
1970’s Key Hole Dress Small $34
1970’s Sheer White Cotton Sun Dress Small/Medium $30
1960’s Little Mod Sun Dress Small/Medium $40
Cherry Red 1940’s Dress Small/Medium $45
Model is the ever so talented Miss Molly Sims
You are the earth, the water, the air, the fire. Your spirit is the universe you are connected to all that is.
This the first video in a short series featuring the late summer/early fall feel of Light Witch Vintage.
Written and Directed By Courtney Brooke.
Art Direction and Wardrobe by Light Witch Vintage.
Camera,Editing, and Audio by Alec K. Redfearn.
Hair and Makeup by Nicole Bassett
Production Assistant Christopher Schwaber
Mollie Deerkin as Fire
Samantha Derendal as Earth
Hannah Devine as Water
Gillian Chadwick as Air
Jessica Storozuk as Spirit
Score by Alec K. Redfearn and Steven Jobe
Alec K. Redfearn on Barritone Ukulele
Steven Jobe on Hurdy Gurdy
Diane O’Connor on Violin
Gillian Chadwick on Vocals
Christopher Schwaber on Ocean Harp and Chimes
Once summer rolls in bringing the hot humid air the only thing my mind can truly focus on is the beach. I was a lucky young girl and had the great fortune of spending my summers on the Rhode Island coast. I spent long summer days in the sand and dashing through waves. It feels like home to me, that rocky new england coast. I find myself longing for it even when the snow is on the ground.
So far this year I have only made it to the beach once, but I know that the summer is just beginning and I will have many more adventures to the sea. Times to sit on a blanket in my favorite swim suit, salt air blowing in my hair, eating fresh fruit and salt water taffy.
If, like myself, the beach is not just a short jaunt away here are some vintage photos to gaze at why you plot your next adventure to the shore.
And if all else fails lay in the grass and close your eyes real tight and think of sea grass, gulls, beach roses, waves, and drink a drink with coconut in it.
Back in April I mentioned I was working on a video for Light Witch. It seems like time has been flying and that we just shot this. After a long windy road trying to edit this little project together, it’s almost done and I am super antsy to share it with the world and get to work on some new video projects. The sound track is being written and composed by Alec K. Redfearn (who as I mentioned before is also the other half of this direction team) and it’s sounding pretty freaking mind blowing, he has some super talented musicians working on it, and as soon as I can I will share that little bit of musical magic with you all.
Here are a few shots I took of the “cast” Hannah, Jessica, Mollie, Gillian and Sam that day to tide you over until I can share more. XO
A few days ago I had the pleasure of shooting with Shane before he moved to NYC. We had a blast and combining our two wardrobes worked out like something purely wicked. We shot a few different looks. This was the the first one we shot, an early 20th century adventures in Africa feel. I will keep you posted on the rest, we even took some of both of…oohh.
Model Jane Adler
Vintage Dress and Shawl
Floral Head piece Light Witch