Vintage looks for mama and baby
The leaves fade, the air cools, the harvest is already reaped. Autumn is our reminder that darkness is upon us, and all things fade.
For those of you wondering, a clothing swap is when you get a group of friends with similar, yet tastefully different styles together to trade out clothes they no longer want.
As a southern girl, going out “without your face on” is often deemed heresy. “You never know who you’ll see when you’re out and about, so always be ready!” was a common line I remember, and while I personally love makeup, brushing on big eyebrows, and winging my eyeliner, I now know that those products […]
Editor’s note: Hey, this is the first post highlighting an independently own business on Rose Tint, something I’m extremely excited and passionate about. While it’s local to me (based in Alabama) Southern Trash has ways to buy online, making it local to anyone. Slow fashion (as opposed to sweatshop produced fast fashion) exists to counteract […]
I’m listening to Tusk right now, having just passed “Sara” and am wiping the subsequent tears from my eyes. Man, I think, Stevie Nicks is the most talented song writer out there. The song, a beautiful tribute to loss, hits me every time, I doubt I could ever conjure words so touching and aching to […]
Conor Murphy of Foxing released a solo album under the name Smidley. Compared to his day band, Smidley is light hearted, fun, with an indie kind of vibe. Still, this isn’t beach music, the songs are still quite sad. I asked him about balancing Smidley with Foxing, fans reaction to Smidley, and just about writing the […]
The best camera is the one you got on ya…right? Here’s been what my world has looked like for the past few weeks…
I’ve had a love affair with film photography for a few years now. When I was 17 I even tried to create a blog about it, but that ultimately failed because its price to develop always deterred me.
I haven’t always loved thrift shopping. I say that because I’ve been thrift shopping for a long long time. Be it the divider between the lower and upper middle classes, or just my mom loving to get a deal, going to thrift stores and flea markets was a part of my childhood I always hated. I […]