Thursday, January 14, 2010


Hey there,

Finally peeking out of my cave now that the temperature broke 30 degrees. We southern girls don't quite know how to handle the wintry conditions of the northeast but I'm happy to report that after five frigid winters, I'm surviving. This season I took a clue from the true locals & learned a thing or two about thermals,compression,down,etc,etc. The difference is unbelievable! Here are my two saviors until spring & a scarf I'm adding to my wish list to add a little color.  

 photo: handwoven mercury scarf by pidge pidge
 (so pretty for all seasons)


photo:  shearling bean boots at ll bean
(BEST pair of shoes I've EVER owned!)

photo: down with it parka at patagonia
(so light but soooo warm!)

p.s. what's your toughest season? how do you survive?

little peach

Sunday, December 6, 2009

please join us

Hey! If you happen to be in the New York area this Saturday, please pop by Nastasi Vail Design in Brooklyn for the Little Peach Vintage Winter Trunk Show! Love to see you there!

little peach

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


artwork by Ande Bordages Pace

My future sister in law, Ande created this neat avatar for me! She's one of the coolest, most original people I know & her graphic art matches her personality & creativity so well. Check out her site andebobandy. Enjoy!

little peach

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

a little country, a little city

Just over the Hudson, I found one of the most interesting spots. It's located up on a hill looking right over to New York City. The views of the city are quite beautiful. Really beautiful. Beautiful & contrasting. It feels like you're in the country but can reach out & touch the city. Maybe it's the log fence & trees that create the illusion of being so far & so close. In the country & in the city simultaneously. I think it's the stillness of this spot & the sight of a city with so much activity that makes it feel like I'm in two places at once.

little peach

photos by Dan
60s Chocolate Double Breasted Faux Fur Coat
60s Black Mini Cocktail Dress
Vintage Ivory Hand Knit Capelet 

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

little peach trunk show at Nastasi Vail Design

This past Sunday, I had my first trunk show. It was held at Nastasi Vail Design in Brooklyn. I felt very fortunate for the opportunity to show some of my most current vintage finds in such a neat interior design studio space. It was a blast & we're already planning the next one for December! I better go get to work. Here's a few quick photos I snapped.

p.s. You're all invited to the next one!

little peach

Thursday, November 12, 2009

new fall & winter

Hi there,

I was able to snag photos by Dan for a few minutes to take some shots of the new pieces I've been collecting this fall. Here are a couple of garments going into the little peach shop this week. Can't wait to show you the rest of the items. Hope your week is going nicely!

little peach

 photos by Dan: Red 60s Military Pocket Wool Coat

Photo: Vintage Joan & David Woven Oxfords

photos by Dan: Vintage Irish Wool Handknit Cardigan

p.s. what do you think about the new do?

Thursday, October 29, 2009

do the sleep monsters ever get you?

Ever wake up in the morning & wonder.....what in the world happened to me overnight? I feel a little like that today. Maybe it's a blessing that I wear contacts & the first image I see of myself is severely blurred in the morning. It's almost like some type of creature comes in the middle of the night with the only task of making you look as disheveled as possible before you awake. It seems to happen to me when I have a busy night of dreaming or sleep really soundly.

photo: morning monster sketch by me

When I was at the lake in Alabama I slept with a purple scarf around my neck for a little extra warmth. Just picture for a moment.......thick chunky socks, striped flannel pajamas, purple neck scarf, black thick framed glasses, & crazy crazy hair pointing in all directions....coming to you up the stairs. That was me after an excellent night of sleep. It must have been pretty scary because my nephew Connor was the first to greet me at the top of the stairway & said very slowly & seriously......."what are you"? Does this happen to anyone else out there or am I the only one that has their work cut out for them in the morning? Luckily, it's nothing a cup of coffee can't straighten out.
Have a great Thursday!

little peach