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Vintage Linen │Spring is Coming

While I love winter clothing, there's something about getting ready for spring ( as far as the wardrobe is concerned) that is life-giving.

Some of my favorite fabrics to fall  back on are silks and linens. They're quite popular for good reason.

The first reason is obvious. The materials are wonderful. There's nothing quite like either of them. Silk is decadent against the skin and linen says "vacation" and "travel" like nothing else.

The other reason these fabric are choice purchases for most is because they're hard to find. You can't just go into JCrew year round and find linen. Sometimes, seasonally, yes. But, it's hard to get the right color, right size, or the right type of linen. Sometimes they're sold out. Sometimes, you may not even like what they have.

That's where I'm happy to help. I love these fabrics as much as you and when I'm not buying for myself (which is actually not that often) I'm always buying for the store. Come on by. I've got quite a cache of linens and silks coming in the next few weeks, so take a visit. See what you need. ◄

While my heart is still aching for sweaters and denim of winter -- because as I've mentioned before, winter here in northern California is mild and sweet without much need for heavy wools and jackets -- I'll be stocking up on much anticipated linen and silk, so that when your vacation comes or the warm weather returns, you'll be ready.

**All sweaters and coats are 25% off right now!

-HJS

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