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The Ultimate LBD Look

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We’re not going to lie, but kicking off 2016 with more social media content is one of our goals of the year (obsession!). Our Instagram feed (@thedecohaus) is full of vintage-luxe, Hollywood inspo, and, BTS shoots just like this one. We always want to show our customers and fans what we’ve got in store! Not only our high-quality luxury designs, but daily activities behind the online world as well. We see a lot of beautiful and trendy dresses that inspire us every day, yet, the little black dress or ‘LBD‘ has been our BFF for years. If you feel the same, please feel free to join the club!

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Top 5 Vintage Fashion Movies

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With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start looking for costume inspiration. If you missed our last post on how to dress like the ultimate flapper on Halloween, you can check it out here. If you’re looking to dress like a dame from a more recent decade, you’re in luck! We’ve put together a list of the Top 5 vintage fashion movies to give you a little bit of inspiration.

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Accentuating Your Curves with Vintage Fashion

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Vintage fashion lovers come in all shapes and sizes, and thankfully, vintage fashion is flattering on any body type! Why do we love vintage fashion? No matter how tiny your waist, or big your hips, vintage fashion is entirely flattering if you know what pieces flatter which parts of your body. Do you love your derrière?  There’s a gorgeous bias slip to show it off! Do you love your waist? There’s a perfect vintage belt to help you accentuate it!

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Vintage Fashion

Iconic Women in Fashion

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From the glamorous flapper girls to classic, curvy pin-ups, vintage fashion was all about liberation, trying new things, and making your mark in the process. After the First World War, women’s style reflected the first feelings of freedom after a long period of oppression.

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