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.
If art deco fashion isn’t a regular occurrence in your life, why not use Halloween as an opportunity to travel back to a decade long ago? Even if you do find yourself gushing over the latest vintage reproduction looks at your favorite vintage shops, why not take it one step further by immersing yourself in the 1920s era as everyone’s favorite: the flapper! There are so many beautiful and classic ways to do this look justice for Halloween and we’ve brought together some of our favorite flapper looks for your Halloween inspiration this year.
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!
One of our first big breaks as a design house was getting chosen to be a part of the film “The Artist”. When we first brought our product line to costume designer Mark Bridges, it was a small foreign art film. However, as filming progressed, we realized that the film was going to be something very big. “The Artist” went on to win Best Costume Design and Best Motion Picture at the Academy Awards in 2012.
The “Screen Dance” is one of our favorite moments. It features our “Original Artist Gown” and the lovely Bérénice Bejo.
The much anticipated Season 1 Finale of ABC’s Black-ish aired Wednesday, May 20th 2015 and it was fun, upbeat, and full of amazing Roaring 20’s fashion!
Tracee Ellis Ross was a Glamorous Flapper on the Season Finale of Black-ish!
The hit TV show Black-ish had a star studded, art deco, season finale with appearances from big names including Mary J Blige and Sean “Diddy” Combs.
We love working with costume designers at Deco Haus, so we were thrilled when the hit BBC series Dr. Who contacted us!