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Beanie Hat │ Beanie Love │ Modern Vintage Boutique

I saw this beanie one day that looked amazing. A lady was wearing it, and I just HAD to have one like it. I kept staring at it, following her around the grocery store to get a better look. I rushed home and went to the computer. My iPhone wasn't going to cut it. But after doing a great deal of online searching, I found them!! And now, I have a new favorite boutique because of it. Modern Vintage Boutique. One of the best, most sophisticated and fun boutique I've ever come across.

WARNING: When you go to their site, be prepared for major drooling, lack of self control and the desire to empty your bank account due to WANTING every item in the store! I'm not kidding here. Oh, and when you see something you love, snap it up! Their inventory on many items go so fast, that you barely have time to  put them in your cart before it's gone. No joke there either.

I love my beanie. Just ordered another one in charcoal gray, and there will be a huge sale on ALL their colors (like fifteen of them!) at Modern Vintage Boutique at the Black Friday Sale event this Friday! Tell your friends and shop away online in your PJs ... because you know that's where I'll be.






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