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We had the pleasure of attending Etsy Studios almost a month ago as part of the NYC Vintage Sellers Team.  Hosted by Sammy Davis of SammyDVintage.com and Simone of Erstwhile Style, Le Double Ve was the proud receivers of Sammy’s ‘SEO Smackdown for Etsy Sellers’ makeover!  We learned an incredible amount of information on how we can improve our shop!

Questions session after Sammy Davis's SEO Smackdown for Etsy Sellers

Questions session after Sammy Davis’s SEO Smackdown for Etsy Sellers.  Photo by Diane Dulgerian

Etsy Labs.  Photo by Diane Dulgerian

Etsy Labs. Photo by Diane Dulgerian

Cutie Sammy Davis in a vintage Mr. Dino and Sarah and Brian of LDV.  Photo by Diane Dulgerian

Cutie Sammy Davis in a vintage Mr. Dino and Sarah and Brian of LDV. Photo by Diane Dulgerian

Sammy serving the SEO Smackdown on LDV! Photo by Diane Dulgerian

Sammy serving the SEO Smackdown on LDV! Photo by Diane Dulgerian

 

Etsy sellers: we highly recommend ANY help and advice Sammy has to give, especially her SEO Smackdown!  Click here for more information on her class!

 

Are you and Etsy vintage seller in the NYC area?  Apply to join our team here!

 

We are forever grateful to Sammy for schooling us and for all the new vintage seller pals we met!  Check out Sammy’s post about the meeting to see what other fabulous vintage sellers came and for more information on what Sammy has to offer!

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Not So Lazy Days of Summer

Le Double Ve has been busy this summer with outside projects and our other careers.  We miss our vintage!  We’ve collected a few new items and have been inspired by some old patterns so stay tuned for some great stuff coming this fall!

One project this summer was our terrace at the Le Double Ve lair!  Ran errands today for multiple projects (as is the norm).  I decided to give you guys a glimpse of a typical not so lazy summer day at the Le Double Ve household and share our updated terrace space.  Stay cool y’all…

Newly painted turquoise columns

Turquoise Goods

Fire in the Disco!

A Platform

(Lace Dress from somewhere in Notting Hill, London; Vintage Rider Jeans; Platforms from Made New York; Turquoise Jewelry-Vintage and from H&M; Sunglasses from Beacons Closet Brooklyn)