Vintage Fashion

Vintage Holiday Attire

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Last week we brought you some of our favorite vintage holiday beauty inspirations for your upcoming holiday parties and family get-togethers. This week, we’re bringing you some gorgeous Art Deco-inspired dresses to accompany those beauty looks for the perfect, polished vintage #LOTN.

The Starlet

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The eye-catching design, the curvaceous shape, the flirty swing of its paneled hem, and the wonderful sunburst of sparkles that rains down from the neckline makes The Starlet dress perfect for the holidays!

This knockout dress looks and feels so incredibly glamorous, you can’t help but feel like a glittering goddess. This dress is sheer, however, so a slip is recommended!

The Modernist

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The tabard dress is one of the iconic designs of the 1920’s – long beaded panels running down the front and back of the torso, linked by thin bands of shimmering sequins makes it a glamorous and timeless look for your upcoming holiday party.

With endless variations, it can be worn over almost any shape of slip or dress to offer an entirely different look. The weight of the beading and sequins gives it an elegant drape which looks beautiful on all figures. This dress is also sheer, so a slip is recommended!

The Icon

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The epitome of Art Deco design…our Icon Gown is positively decadent!

With a deep v neckline, the Icon features front and back panels accented with a sparkling floral design. The gown is finished with a scalloped hem dripping with beaded fringe.

It is the classic flapper look for a modern woman. The Icon is one of our best selling dresses for a reason and it’s coming back in stock just in time for the holidays! This dress also requires a slip, as it is sheer.

Of course, a holiday look is simply incomplete without some gorgeous accessories! Shop our collection of stunning accessories, here.

Which look is your favorite? Let us know by sharing a comment below! x

 

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