These little dresses that we had were just darling. They were floral and sweet and really girly.... except this one. Made from a soft satin - the print on this dress was everything out of a Jackson Pollock dream - crazy colours, lines, messiness, no rhyme or reason as to why the patterns did what they did. I LOVED it. Unfortunately once the fabric ran out... so did these dresses. And now we only have one solitary garment left.... and I'm seriously considering keeping it for myself.
So after the initial hype of launching www.ahkavintage.com we have actually had some time to chill and feel really good about ourselves. Of course I could brag about the billions of sales we had in the first few hours of opening the store (which didn't happen - so really we have nothing to brag about) but it really isn't about how much selling we've done - for us two techno-phobic, backyard vintage selling sisters this is a real milestone for us. For starters we've found we can actually work together without strangling each other, and have batted around ideas for months on how we want Ahka Vintage to grow. We're not in it for the fame, for the 'being seen' - hence why we use the beautiful Ashlei as our go to vintage girl. You can have a read of our rants about being just another vintage seller here. We are in it.... once again... for the reasons we started this in the first place - for the love of Vintage!
For the Love of AHKA Vintage
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