With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we thought we’d give you some #OOTD inspiration for your family gatherings featuring one of our favorite icons from the Art Deco era, Fay Wray, and some choice pieces from our store!
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.
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.
It’s October first! Fall is here, leaves are turning colors and temperatures are changing in various parts of the world. Plaids, mustard yellow, navy, burgundy, and fringe are making their way to the fashion forefront. It’s time for fall fashion to shine!
The wonderful thing about dressing vintage is you can do it whenever and wherever you want. With vintage reproduction options readily available to save you money, casual day dresses, and jewelry that can be dressed up or down, you have ample opportunity to show off your love for vintage style.
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.
Though dressing vintage has become more popular over the last several years, there are still many misconceptions about what “dressing vintage” and “living a vintage lifestyle” actually entails. We’re outlining 4 common myths surrounding vintage fashion and setting them straight in today’s blog post.