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Winner: Vintage Chanel Print

Congratulations to Arlene from California! She is the winner of the vintage Chanel print ad. This little beauty, measuring 8″x11″ and slightly yellowed from age, will look simply glorious once framed in black and placed upon the wall of a boudoir. Thank you to each of you who entered… 0PinterestTumblrTwitterFacebookGoogle+email

Reading in the “Littler” Boudoir

During a family outing to the book store one afternoon, I was browsing through the children’s section when I came across a book that I knew I wanted my daughter to have. It was a children’s book titled, Different Like Coco. A biography of sorts about the life of Coco Chanel. I pulled it from …

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Give-Away: Vintage Chanel Print

Some of you may remember my post back on January 22nd titled, “Boudoir Treasure…Vintage Chanel Print” about my fabulous ebay find; a vintage Chanel print ad. Well, as I stated, I bought two. One for me and one for a lucky My Little Boudoir reader. This beautiful original 1944 Chanel powder print ad could be …

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Boudoir Treasure…Vintage Chanel Print

What a find! I was searching “vintage Chanel” on Ebay, and found this original vintage print from 1944. You know I snatched it up real quick. Just imagine it…in all of it’s black and white glory,  framed and hanging upon the wall in my dream boudoir. In the small print it says, “A VERY FINE …

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Olive Oyl Royale (part II)

This is a continuation of the post from January 6, 2010 titled Olive Oyl Royale (part I). Below I have listed many additional nautical looks that range from Old Navy to Louis Vuitton. Even without these modern day nautical looks, Olive Oyl still won her man. It just goes to show you that good looks …

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Olive Oyl Royale (part I)

In 1919 when Olive Oyl first donned her gold bauble earrings, red sweater, yellow striped black skirt and brown boots (the prequel to Uggs), she probably never guessed nautical fashion for women could be so glamorous. Although, I’m sure today her heart would be throbbing (like mine) for the nautical looks that are coming this …

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Upcycling: Chanel Perfume Bottle to Oil Candle

  This is a do-it-yourself (diy) project that I thought of a few years back. I had some empty Chanel perfume bottles that I could not bear to throw away (or recycle), so I decided to upcycle them instead and display them in my boudoir. While I would find it perfectly suitable to simply display …

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