Funky Finds

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Funky Finds Vintage & Retro

“We love being featured on Cause A Frockus! Becky’s blog supports and promotes small businesses, builds our global vintage community by sharing resources with others and educates about mid century style and design. Her all-inclusive site increases awareness of the growing scene, from highlighting fashion and lifestyle, to sharing ideas about incorporating vintage in contemporary decorating trends. Becky also brings such positive energy to her blog and to everyone around her! We feel grateful to be featured on her site, and to count her as a friend, as well!” – Suzie Fredregill, Owner

Image from Plank and Pearl

Plank and Pearl

Plank & Pearl

“When the editor of Cause a Frockus approached me for an interview on my experience with pop-up vintage shops, I was delighted. But I was even happier when I read the carefully written and researched article, complete with photos from my Etsy shop. Within a week of publication, there was a noticeable increase in the number of people who visited – and purchased from – my shop! There is clearly a very targeted, loyal, and vintage-loving readership on this site!” – Coleen Hubbard, Owner

Anntie M's Attic

Anntie M’s Attic

Anntie M’s Attic

“If you’re into vintage, then be sure to be in on the “Cause a Frockus” website. As a women’s vintage, clothing collector and avid lover of women’s history, I couldn’t be more pleased with this interactive website. Not only have I read the most interesting interviews with women in the vintage world far from Kansas, but continue to learn about specific hints on caring for and restoring vintage clothing, and just fascinating facts on specific styles and fashions of various decades. Who would have guessed that the first “bra” was simply two hankies sewn together in 1914? Becky’s most unique website allows those of us in the present to continue to refresh our memories of the past. “We’ve come a long way, Baby”, may mean women have advanced and progressed, but we can still reflect and appreciate women in our past that made statements – fashion statements, as well as economic and political statements.” – Ann Walter, Hostess and Owner

Evelynne's Oldies But Goodies

Evelynne’s Oldies But Goodies

Evelynne’s Oldies But Goodies

“One of our favorite sites is Cause a Frockus and its owner/editor, Becky. It has indeed been a wonderful and enlightening experience to have been featured on this great site in several articles on Vintage Bakelite. It has been an honor and a pleasure collaborating with Becky on these articles. Cause a Frockus is truly a professional site. Since we have been part of the Cause a Frockus “community” we have noticed that our shop, Evelynne’s Oldies But Goodies, has had an increase in traffic according to our shop statistics and this has translated to an overall increase in sales. If you have not visited Cause a Frockus do make a point to do so!!” – Linda Grossman, Owner

Salvato Collection

Salvato Collection

Salvato Collection

“Salvato Collection lives, breaths and loves Vintage; being featured by Becky was a perfect fit for us and was wonderful in so many ways. One, it is important that we keep sharing the importance of vintage. Two, Becky is a reliable and hard working blogger, sure to get the details and do the work in order that what you want said, is said. She is a vintage girl herself and understands the importance of factual data and a good read – she works to make both happen at once. There are some of us who are fascinated by stories, history, and old fashioned rituals from long ago. Eighteen years an avid vintage collector and I am still learning more. Cause A Frockus is a wonderful resource for people who share this passion. Thank you Becky for your blog and for you being you!” – Amanda, Owner

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