Fashion Advice, Vintage Fashion

A Beginner’s Guide to Buying & Wearing Vintage Reproduction

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So you love the look of vintage, but you have no idea where to start? Don’t fret! We’ve got a few tips to help you navigate the exciting and timeless world of vintage clothing. Let’s get started! For the purposes of this post, we’ll be focusing on vintage reproduction!

 Deciding what Decade(s) to Emulate

If you’re just starting out in the world of reproduction vintage, having a decade or two in mind of looks that you’d like to emulate can be incredibly helpful. Do you love roaring 20s? Maybe the swinging 60s is more your style? Choose a decade to start with and run with it – it’ll seem a lot less overwhelming than trying to tackle all eras of vintage at once!

Examples of Timeless Wardrobe Pieces

Once you’ve decided on a decade, it’s important to learn about the specific fashions of that time. Some timeless pieces to seek out to produce the perfect vintage look include:

Peter Pan collars

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Wiggle dresses

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Circle skirts

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Gatsby Dresses (Pick this gem up, here)

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Cardigans

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Something Extra

Once you’ve established an assortment of key wardrobe pieces, it’s time to accessorize! Here are some vital vintage reproduction pieces to pull your look together.

Brooches

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Hair Scarves

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Necklaces (Find this perfect Gatsby piece, here)

Necklace

Shoes

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Capelets (you can pick up this darling piece, here)

Capelet

Well, there you have it, dolls! I hope this helps put you on the path to your dream vintage wardrobe! What era are you most excited to replicate? Let us know by sharing a comment below!

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