Curiouser and curiouser

Ever since I created a Disneyrollergirl email address (it only took two years!), I have had a steady flow of emails from brands and designers proffering press releases. It’s strange as I prefer to discover things for myself rather than have them presented to me on a plate but I do take the time to check out all the websites to see if any gems await. Shopcurious.com is a newish website carrying ‘a range of unique accessories, unusual gifts, designer vintage items and pieces for wardrobe and home.’ Owner Susan Muncey used to run a lovely eclectic boutique called Fashion Gallery and has brought her discerning eye to the online shopping arena.

The vintage selection is a highlight, from extremely tempting Hermes classic scarves (£95 with box) and bourgeois Celine handbags to an array of opulent but well-priced kimonos (I have actually been seriously lusting a kimono recently). Plus, how now is this Genny dress from 1990? The pièce de résistance however is surely this Fiorucci Minnie Mouse sweatshirt. OMG, it’s so me!




Not everything is in the £100+ bracket. In the gift section I love this make-up bag with its mad illustration and kitsch lipstick pen (did I mention I collect kitsch pens?) and there is also a small selection of Bebaroque tights for those who like to lavish attention on their legs (and I know there are a number of you). All in all, I love the feel of this site, it really is like a curiosity shop – addictive and full of charm.

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3 Responses to Curiouser and curiouser

  1. Sal says:

    Tons of fun accessories besides the tights, too. Great, unusual jewelry picks. Thanks for the tip!

  2. Sister Wolf says:

    I LOVE shopcurious. I love the really really expensive stuff. I just discovered 1stdibs.com, also a treasure trove of REALLY expensive shit. Go see if you like it!

  3. Liberty London Girl says:

    Hermes scarves for £95? BAD DRG. Stop tempting me. LLGxx

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