We’re back with more of Hootie's vintage threads of wonderment. Whether she's going on a picnic or flying around the world, she'll be prepared for all occasions. Check out some clothes she got on Etsy, all from the actionisthefruit seller. (Etsy being an online store for handmade and vintage items.) 

Gingham Dress From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Actionisthefruit
Gingham Dress

 60s Coat Dress From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Actionisthefruit
60’s coat dress

Fedora From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Actionisthefruit, 60's Stewardess Dress From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Actionisthefruit, M.I.A. Chunky Clogs From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Acionisthefruit

 60’s Stewardess Dress

Hootie says, “This vintage dress reminds me a lot of a stewardess look in the 60’s or 70’s! It’s got two pockets stacked on top of each other with red thread accents and a hidden zipper in the front. The fabric is not serged on the inside.”

 Pillowcase Dress

Pillowcase Dress

Bicycle Necklace, Gap White Summer Dress From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Actionisthefruit, Brown Mia Dress Shoes From Www.Etsy.Com/Shop/Acionisthefruit

Brown Mia Dress

Hootie says, “This is a beautiful dress for summer. It’s white with vertical sections of eyelet material, three tiers, a side zipper, and a full cotton lining. It’s labeled as an XXL so I’m guessing it was made for a child.”

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As Qwear's Founding Editor, Sonny’s work centers around envisioning a future in which the clothing people wear does not dictate their chances of survival. Sonny was awarded 2015 dapperQ of the Year and was the first trans blogger to be sponsored by Topman. In March 2016, Sonny spoke at South by South West's first official queer fashion panel.