Call of the Wild: Zebra Print

  Whether you’re surveying a real life safari or braving the urban jungle, skip the camouflage because zebra print is the way to go. Why blend into the monotonous city scape when you can stand out in gorgeous black and… Continue Reading

Do It With Vintage: Festival Style

With Festival Season in full force, people all over the country are planning their concert outfits and flocking to their nearest malls and department stores. We say, skip the mass retail chains and look to the past for your style… Continue Reading

Do It With Vintage: Valentino Spring 14 Geometric Suede

No stranger to the fashion cycle of life, Valentino continues to pull inspiration from the past to create killer, jaw-dropping designs. One piece that really caught our eye from a recent Spring 2014 ad campaign (which is captivating,) is this… Continue Reading

Do It With Vintage: Festival Style

Festival Season is just around the corner! With amazing, world renowned events such as SXSW, Coachella, Winter Music Conference, and many more festivals coming up (SXSW actually just started!), there’s no shortage of platforms to show off your  style. With so… Continue Reading

Iggy Azalea Stops By C.Madeleine’s

Australia’s bodacious blonde hyphenate (singer-rapper-model) Iggy Azalea took some time out for Vintage shopping while on a recent trip to  our city of Miami. Her lovely stylist and the girls of C.Mad’s picked out some amazing vintage pieces and bold… Continue Reading

C.Madeleine’s Gift Guide: Vintage Designer Items All Under $200!

  Doing some last minute gift shopping? Fret not, we at C.Madeleine’s have compiled a spectacular Gift Guide perfect for even the pickiest fashionista’s on your list!  With items like Vintage Charles Jourdan sandals, Dior Aviator sunglasses, and sparkly Valentino earrings, we’ve… Continue Reading

C. Madeleines Featured On HuffPost’s United States In Style

    Considering C. Madeleine’s is one of the “Fashion Wonders Of The World.” there’s no surprise it was featured on The Huffington Posts’s stylish show, “United States In Fashion.” The show details the most fashionable people, places, and events… Continue Reading

Tell Them That I Need More….

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Our girl Miley Cyrus shows us (yet again) how she does it with vintage in Big Sean’s video for Fire (you can watch the racy video here.) Miley styled a Vintage Versace Safety Pin Belt with distressed white denim shorts, an ULTRA cropped sage colored sweater and a bra with the cups torn out! Luckily if you are in love with that amazing Versace piece, you can buy your very own here at cmadeleines.com! You can recreate this over the top look with our Versace Medusa Safety Pin Belt, some white cut-offs and a sage knit sweater. Bring the fire to your wardrobe when you add this Safety Pin beauty to your collectio Continue Reading

Get the Kat Dahlia Look

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Cuban-American singer, songwriter, and rapper is known for her “razor sharp lyrics and unique, aggressive flow.” A Miami native, C. Madeleine’s Vintage had the honor of providing garments for the singer’s debut video for the hit “Gangsta.” The singer’s one of a kind music can only be matched by her funky-fresh one of a kind style. The songstress donned a 1990s Versus Royal Blue Mock Turtleneck Leotard with 1990s Versace Baroque Print Denim Jeans, and an Alexis Kirk Black Python Belt during the video (which was all supplied by C. Madeleine’s!). Dahlia also rocked a hot pink turtleneck with our Extra Large Gold Door Knocker Earrings. The hot pink sweater gives the gold accessories the perfect pop! Kat’s bold style is the perfect compliment to her powerful voice. Continue Reading

Medusa Head On Me

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Born December 2, 1946, in Reggio di Calabria, Italy, Gianni Versace built an $800-million fashion empire in just 10 years. He had the honor of outfitting such figures as Madonna, Princess Diana, Elton John, and Tina Turner and spawned the “Supermodel Phenomenon” when he sent all the top models down the runway for his A/W 1991-92 Collection. Gianni Versace will always be remembered as a visionary. Continue Reading