Fair Sails Friday: Dreaming of Spring

The second edition of Fair Sails Friday finds me in love with florals and thinking of a warm spring day. Fair Sails is simply brimming with spring pinks and greens (and of course the rest of the rainbow too!) with new additions daily.

When you think of a spring wardrobe, what colors and patterns come to mind? 
What is that one vintage item that you always wish you had come springtime?
I'm looking forward to filling the shop with your favorites!

This collection features some of my shop favorites:

The Rectangular Stratton  Compact with Green Floral Design is time worn and has a great cottage chic look to it. Inside it still contains a little powder and the original applicator (which I am holding but did not use).

The brooch featured is actually an Antique Bridle Rosette that has been converted into a brooch. It is a heavy piece and would be wonderful worn on a jacket.

The Bright Pink Flower Clip Ons featured would add a fantastic pop of color to any wardrobe. After wearing them for the photographs, I can confirm that their clips are in excellent shape and sure to clip your earlobe and stay put!

The scarf featured is a very recent, and oh so lovely, addition to Fair Sails. This Vera Neumann Semi-Sheer Scarf with Pink Roses is long and rectangular, perfect for wearing many different ways.

And finally, the vintage ring featured is a Gold Washed Sterling Ring with Olive Green Stone.

To find out additional information about each item, such as price and measurements, please click the title links to view the listing in the shop.

Thank you so much to those that commented on last week's Fair Sails Friday and to those that took the time to visit the shop! 

Don't forget, readers are eligible for a 10% discount on any purchase by using the coupon code below. 

(P.S. We ship international, too! Just convo us via Etsy and we'll give you a shipping quote!)

I'll be back early next week with an outfit post from my personal collection. 

Until then, wishing you sweet dreams of spring and, as always....

Happy Sailing

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