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Retro Hair: Style Ideas For A Turban

Posted Meagan Kyla Hendrickson Hair Style

"The Turban came into style starting in 1936 and were consider the hat style of fashionable American women in 1940 according to Vogue. It was a style that could be high fashion or low fashion depending on materials and decorations. At its simplest it was a long piece of fabric knotted at the forehead and tucked back under to form a wide bow." -Vintage Dancer The turban hat being in fashion during the wartime era of World War II was bore out of necessity. Often, a turban was worn by factory workers to keep their hair off the face and away...

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Cramps Style : Leopard Love!

Posted Meagan Kyla Hendrickson

All the lovely leopard print items that Cats Like Us has been serving us has inspired to talk about one of my personal favorite fashion icons, Poison Ivy of The Cramps. Miss Ivy has been known to rock a 60s style in which leopard and gold lame go hand-in-hand.   image source google. She's wearing more of a cheetah, but this is an awesome photo!   Poison Ivy has an exotic look with her bright red ultra curly hair, penetrating eyes and though she's a petite woman, I know she could kick my ass! When she's performing she's usually in...

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Canandaigua Road Trip (Day 1)

Posted Andrew Davis Beer Lifestyle

We don't get out much… literally! But we are fortunate living in Western New York to have many destinations only a few hours away. So that when we do decide to take a few days off it's hard to choose what to do! For a recent vacation we decided to visit Lake Canandaigua, one of the New York Finger Lakes. This lakeside town offers a nice assortment of wineries, antique stores, fantastic food, and some of the most beautiful state parks around. It is an easy drive from Buffalo, only an hour-and-a-half! Our plans for day 1 included travel, check-in,...

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Canandaigua Road Trip (Day 3)

Posted Andrew Davis Lifestyle

Here is day 3 of our recent trip to Canandaigua. You can also read part 1 and part 2. I highly recommend the area for a getaway! Breakfast on day 2 at the Inn On The Main was a delicious egg souffle with sausage and vegetables. Our final day we planned on mostly antiquing. Before checkout we ran down the street to visit the Salvation Army, and on the way out of town we stopped at Ontario Mall Antiques.   On the short stretch between the highway and Canandaigua is the Ontario Antique Mall. This unassuming building houses a HUGE...

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Canandaigua Road Trip (Day 2)

Posted Andrew Davis Lifestyle

Here is day 2 of our recent trip to Canandaigua (part 1 here). I highly recommend the area for a getaway! Breakfast at the B&B was a 2 course meal. To start we were presented with a fresh cut fruit salad that any polynesian flair restaurant would be proud of!   For the main dish was stuffed french toast, with bacon and fruit. It was as delicious as it looked -- what a great way to start the day! We only planned one thing for day 2 and that was to go to Sonnenberg Gardens, one of the few remaining...

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