Friday, January 15, 2010

Visit My Shop To Help The Red Cross Help Haiti!


One of the few vaguely decent aspects of (ugh) Ebay is that they have Giving Works. Through it, sellers can choose charities to donate a portion of the proceeds of their sales. I have always had several listings up devoted to the ASPCA.

Now, a percentage of almost all of my listings will be donated to the American Red Cross. Look for the blue and yellow ribbon in the title. The more you buy, the more the Red Cross will receive. In case you think this is self-serving, I have lowered prices on many choice pieces.

For instance, this beautiful vintage satin and lace wedding dress by Alfred Angelo, with a full Watteau back and long train, and an Empire waist. Price slashed to under $50.00!

Or this vintage tapestry coin purse in Mint condition:

If you're looking for something modern, here is a plus-size 1X Susan Graver Style black stretch dress, New With Tags:

For a sensationally low price, a beautiful full long gray satin skirt by Venezia, with a drawstring waist, to fit sizes 14 - 20:

And many vintage jewelry items, including this vintage faux pearl necklace with a flower-shaped clasp:

More items will be listed, all at more than reasonable prices! This is one way for you to help, and pick up some great bargains at the same time. So let's go shopping!

Elisa & Bucky the Wonderdog

1 comment:

Irene Asbury said...

Hello, it was a pleasure meeting you at Ellen Christine's Millinery on Thursday - I'm so glad you're touting vintage wear for Haitian relief. It was also great to meet someone who loves hats as much as I do, and isn't afraid to spark up a fantastic outfit with a lovely chapeau. Did you get that fabulous top hat with the silk ribbon? It looked smashing, hope to see it on your blog sometime!