Victorian Gypsy

Feel the romantic freedom and magic as a “Victorian Gypsy.” The open road is you home, and adventure is your calling!

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Ive been getting in requests, and making jewelry like crazy! Its been a busy Holiday for everyone I’m sure! I hope you all had a wonderful and blessed Christmas, I know I did! I wanted to share with you all my latest piece, “Victorian Gypsy.” Im super excited about this! I personally wanted something folksy chic, that showed my Victorian side, to wear hanging out with friends, in jeans, or a cute dress, and TA-DAH! This bracelet is on sale at my etsy shop, which you can find by clicking the link below šŸ™‚ Hope you guys can go visit my shop! Let me know what you think!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThissideoftheSeaside?ref=si_shop

This is a beautifully handcrafted beaded bracelet with an elaborate Victorian gold toned cameo inlaid with glass beads, all designed and crafted by the artist. Gypsy elements delicately show the wild side of this proper Victorian piece through delicate dangling feathers, shaped gold toned wire, and a gold toned “Bottle cap” styled cameo frame.

This fashion piece works for all styles, whether your in your beach shorts and blousy top, or your out to town garb! Make it yours, and make it work for YOUR style.

I wish you all a very Happy New Year!

-ThissideoftheSea

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Tan that Tush!

If you have seen my Photography I assume you have noticed I am quite fond of the outdoors. However, despite the time i spend outside, I am naturally very fair skinned, being the Victorian Girl that I am šŸ˜‰ (I should start carrying a parasol around with me). Usually upon doing any activity that requires extensive time outside I will wear sunscreen, however I cannot stand the smell of sunscreen, nor do I like the feel of it on my body. So yesterday I went out for a bit to relax before studying for my finals, and in the midst of enjoying the sunshine, I somehow fell asleep in the grass, on my tummy. The following day upon walking past my mirror in my birthday suit, I noticed that somehow I was wearing burlesque stockings that I did not put on. After taking a double take and touching the tights, IĀ in factĀ realized that the burlesque tights were my tanned, andĀ sun burnt skin. Of all my unusual sunburns IĀ believeĀ this was the most creative. (btw, I was wearing shorts when I got the tan). Now for my next artistic venture I will cut out little bows on adhesive paper, place them right along my tan line, and lay out in the sun once again. If anyone asks, they will be told that the entire endeavor was planned…Ā  Ā