Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend 18 Recap {2 of 3}

Part 2 is all about CRUSH SIGHTINGS! Now, I am not a huge fan girl type but there were so many fantastic artists at this it event it was IN-credible. VLV attracts not only rockabilly enthusiasts, but the creatives within many different industries. I met countless musicians, hairstylists, makeup artists, photographers, models and clothing designers. Below are a few of the individuals I had the pleasure to snap a picture with. Check out the links below as well to learn more about them **Warning: I may have, or have not been, a bit tipsy in a few photos below…no judgement. ; )

Micheline Pitt & Doris May Day: Micheline- “Makeup Artist, Hair stylist and Eyebrow Guru, Micheline Pitt doesn’t stop there, she also is the Designer for Deadly Dames, Models and is an Artist,” (Micheline Pitt | Facebook). Doris- “The Vintage Lovin’ Lady! Curvy pin up model for beloved companies such as Bettie Page Cothing and Pinup Girl Clothing,” (Doris Mayday | Facebook).

Lucy Lopez, Eleanor Paige & Dottie Minx; Lucy- “Vancouver based Hairstylist specialized in Unique & vintage styling for men and women,” (Instagram @lucylocks). Eleanor- “Luscious ladies Idaho chapter VP,” (Instagram @eleanorpaigepinup). Dottie- “@retrohunnyclothing cofounder,” (Instagram @pinupdottieminx).

Marilia Skraba: 1st Runner Up at Miss Viva Las Vegas 2015 & a pinup stylist, model and photo shoot director.

Tara Alexander; “Hair stylist specializing in vintage & glamour hair,” (Instagram @redpinupdoll).

Miss Victory Violet; Miss Viva Las Vegas 2015 & “A swing dress obsessed pinup girl with a passion for putting together a polished look and never a hair out of place,” (

Cherry Dollface: Pinup model, stylist and Youtube guru.

Stay tuned for {3 of 3}; the fashion post!

Happy Saturday!



Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend 18 Recap {1 of 3}

Oh my lord. Last weekend was the most amazing, stupendous, fantastic thing! Seriously, nothing compares to VLV. I don’t know how I am supposed to wait a whole year until I get to go back!

Since I can’t fully describe the spectacularness of those 4 days, I will just have to show it in pictures. I wrote a post on Wednesday trying to encompass all of the wonderfulness of VLV18 and it began to get ridiculously long. I realized then that the only way I could do it justice was to split it up. So here goes…

Night 1. This is what happens when you are only running off of coffee and bourbon!

Day 1: OOTD!

  • Me: Dolman sleeved vintage picnic dress with red belt ($20), black flats ($9) and flea market wicker purse ($20).
  • The boy: Some dark washed denim ($50), vintage western gingham ($20) and black Converse ($45). As you can see, I’m the better bargain shopper : )

Now the good stuff…. B-E-A-U-tiful cars!

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to check back for “Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend 18 Recap {2 of 3}” this next week!