$1 Vintage Bra – Thrifty Finds


I recently scored pretty good at the thrift stores in the town next to mine. I found this bra in the intimates which were only $1 each. I love the peachyness of this bra. It has the classic vintage cone boobies which I honestly don’t mind. I think this is super adorable and will be great to lounge around in. ♡


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m i z  l u l u

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$1 Thrifty Finds – Vintage Lingerie


Something that has become very powerful for me is hanging out in lingerie all day by myself. There is something so pure and so positive about basking in lingerie with yourself for a morning and afternoon.

I was thrift shopping with my best friend yesterday and this was definitely my most divine find! For only $2.50 and made in Canada with somehow fitting me perfectly… I am honestly in aw ♡


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m i z  l u l u

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$13.97 – Crushed Velvet Kimono

This dusty pink, crushed velvet kimono is absolutely divine! I cannot explain to you how much I am in love with this kimono. I feel like a modernized 50’s house wife in this lovely velvet drapery i’ve acquired.

Where did I get such a lovely piece you may ask? And only for $13.97! Some of you probably already know about aliexpress, but if you don’t, I am here to share a very dirty secret/obsession with you. I have quite a few new things from aliexpress coming in that I will be sharing with you lovely birds ^.^ I’ve decided to start with this beautiful kimono! Link below 😉




Thanks for reading lovies ❤ I hope everyone has a beautiful day! xo

Miz Lulu

With Dasha Morning AKA Chickadee

“Purpose makes life meaningful. To have something that drives me, that is fruitful and has a perpetual unfolding outcome… that is meaningful.”


Dasha Morning AKA Chickadee will warm & uplift your heart with her adorable smile and beautiful soft voice while you reminisce in her 60’s folk – psyche rock.


Chickadee – Soundcloud Page


What is the first thing you think about in the morning?
“This one definitely varies…..and I know this is going to sound cheesy but generally the first thing I think about is music; putting some on, playing some, thinking about a part in a song I cannot get out of my head. Music just glues itself to my brain somehow… it’s like a very natural process for the way my mind functions. Oh and I think about having a glass of water usually, putting on some socks too.”


How would you describe yourself?

“Well there are many aspects to “me” I guess. I am one whole person but different circumstances bring out different characteristics. In my friendships I would say I am very loyal, fun, generous and inclusive. At my job, in my work life I would say I am very self-directed and task oriented; personable with clients and always wanting to help people improve their lives. I would say on all levels, on the more negative end of my personality I can fall into being super critical, judgemental and not easily trusting of others. My brother describes me as a “card”, my mother probably describes me as ridiculous at best ….generally I tell people I am a 40 year old man in a 23 year old girl’s body (what that means to someone who is reading this and doesn’t know me… I’m not really sure). I guess overall I am just Dannika.”


Who has influenced you the most?

“I would say my Baba Marion (my dad’s mother) has been the most influential in how I live my life and how I make my choices. She is a very naturally spiritually connected woman and has so much wisdom that I just want to soak it all up as much as possible. She has really instilled the idea of having a “purpose” in my heart—this truly keeps me going and this also inspires a lot of subject matter for my music.
For the more artistic influences anything old; 60’s/ 70’s music, fashion, photography, art, TV shows (I am really enamoured with Three’s Company). I am really captivated by those generations’ uses of colours, patterns and just a more vibrant & hopeful view of the world. With this “Good Morning” CD project I really wanted the themes to come through properly in the photography and in the artwork as a compliment to the music I had created. For whatever reason I feel most like myself wearing bellbottom jeans, sitting down and listening to a Jefferson Airplane album or watching interviews of musicians or performers from the era– just how people presented and held themselves then—it just seems like I was born a little bit too late and I often feel out of place with societal norms in present day.
For strict musical influences most definitely Silver Apples, Moody Blues, Adrian Belew, Jefferson Airplane (of course), YES!, Jim Croce, Peter Green, Fiona Apple, Bat For Lashes, Joni Mitchell, The Carpenters, Electric Prunes, Heart, Velvet Underground, Ultimate Spinach, David Axelrod….after this I would probably just start listing all of the artists that I love so I have to stop myself here. However I would say that everyone I listed is a big and direct influence on my music. I feel like while my music has congruent qualities that make it it’s own;  I also really enjoy writing and performing all sorts of styles that I would say “deviate” from my styling’s.  So I would say that’s why my influences are over the place … or a better way of saying that I guess is ‘”eclectic”.”


Where and with whom do we find you on a Friday night?

“I am 50% introvert and 50% extravert. So Friday nights can either be very lively and you can find me with my best buds Juditte and Soph getting up to no good…..or you can find me eating an entire brick of organic cheese and then passing out on the couch next to my Baba while she is watching the miracle channel.”


What makes life meaningful?

“Purpose makes life meaningful. To have something that drives me, that is fruitful and has a perpetual unfolding outcome… that is meaningful. Or just walking around outside at twilight and hearing the birds chirp over the purpley sky… a well executed hug….love I guess– whatever that looks like. I guess love can make life meaningful or rather it does. Music does because music is omnipresent. It’s at weddings, funerals, playing in the grocery store, at church, summer camp, city bus… you don’t need any tools outside of yourself you can simply sing…you can’t really escape music. It’s in everything ; so as it is in everything it can encompass every meaningful subject for ever and ever amen.”


Best thing to do on a rainy day?

“Probably eating lasagne or shopping with friends. I don’t want to say watching a movie because I have little patience to sit and watch most movies or shows. I have to be like really tired for that.”

Favourite book?

“My favourite book is probably “A Clockwork Orange”. I can’t say I am a violent person and that I enjoy the actual violent and crude things that are carried out by Alex and his Droogs in the book… but I think it’s a very great narrative on society and is really relevant in pop culture as a way for people to maybe actually think about things.
I am also totally in love with the “Weetzie Bat” series of books by Francesca Lia Block. They are adult themes presented in a fairy tale way. They are really beautiful and really get to the depth of emotion in the way the stories are presented.”


What do you like most about yourself?

“I like most about myself that I am able to objectively evaluate things in life before jumping in and making dumb ass decisions. I also like that I have a creative approach to most things I do in my life.”




Chickadee – Soundcloud Page

Photographed by Miz Lulu


A Few Moments With LeeLee La Belle ♡

LeeLee La Belle – Photographed by Miz Lulu

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How would you describe yourself?
A sensual feminist with a dry sense of humour. A dancer, an artist, a big kid; I’m just another perfectly Imperfect soul, trying to do my best and be a good person.


Which Burlesque dancers influenced you and what makes a great Burlesque dancer?
The local Kootenay burlesque talent has such an impact on me, as we train and perform together. I fell in love with Burlesque in Victoria, so shout out to Sweet Dee and Rosie Bitts. I also love international performers such as Pearl Noir (a true athlete), Miss Miranda (epically graceful), and Lola Frost (Canadian goddess).
A great burlesque dancer is a confident woman who expresses her individuality thru the medium of strip-tease. Like any art form, an individual’s personal flare is what makes it special. There are the basics tho: slow grace, poise, facial expressions, smooth removals, and cohesive themes.


What do you dream about?
A world where body-shaming, rape culture, raceism, and predjudice of all kinds is a thing of the past. I also dream about a full body massage by Taye Diggs and PeteBox.


Best thing to do on a rainy day?
Hike into the natural hotsprings. I love the long drive out to Nakusp, rocking my tunes too loud and singing badly. Then the hike is so exhilarating. The hotsprings are so blissful and healing.


The most important thing in life?
Balance. In work, in social situations, physically, and emotionally. Balance is key. To find balance is to be able to listen to your intuition and instinct and be honest with yourself.

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Miz Lulu



About a month ago I was contacted by a very lovely employee of the LookBookStore.com, which is an online fashion store. Vanessa invited me to be apart of their “blogger program” to help promote a couple of their items. She was nice enough to send me two items for free to enjoy and review for you lovely birds out there! ❤


Seeing as the weather has taken a huge turn and we await the arrival of the snow, the items I chose were to keep warm, but stay fashionable at the same time 😉 . My first item is this “oversized” knit cardigan, now.. It COULD be oversized if I was 5’5″, being 5’8″ though, this is more just a medium-long cardigan. The sleeves don’t reach my wrists which doesn’t really bother me, the zipper is a bit on the cheap side, other than that i love this knit cardigan! ❤ I think it would be even more awesome if it had a hood! Just sayin ❤


This knit cardigan costs $42.00. You can find it here!



My next was my favorite thing on the entire website! Which is this WICKED “Black Faux Fur Coat”. I’m super excited to wear this for halloween, and throughout the winter! This actually keeps me pretty dang warm and fits me PERFECT. This retails at $86.00 & is sooo soft yet fierce!

You can purchase the coat here!:

http://www.lookbookstore.co/collections/outerwears/products/black-faux-fur-coatIMG_3667  fuzcoatfurr

I love love looove the products I was sent and I highly recommend checking out their selection! Thanks again Vanessa you were very well spoken and understanding to my needs and questions! x



Miz Lulu