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Must-Have Vintage Inspired Fashion Pieces for Your Wardrobe

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Achieving that adored chic vintage fashion look is only a click away at The Deco Haus! However, you need to know what those must-have vintage fashion pieces are. We’ve got you covered, ladies.  Head on back to the vintage chic era with these modern day favorites that you just can’t style without…..

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Top 5 Things To Avoid When Dressing Vintage

“Fashions fade; style is eternal”
-Yves Saint Laurnet

This holds true when dressing vintage. Taking it as a style and not as a fashion statement is the ultimate key to carrying off vintage style with poise and elegance. The world of vintage comes with a certain class and refinement, similar to that of aged wine. Despite the fact that this style originated as early as the 1920’s, it is still being worn today, stylishly.

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Bringing Out The Great Gatsby Style In Your Wardrobe

Bringing out the Gatsby

1920’s vintage dresses from the Gatsby era mainly emphasized a dropped waist, or no waist at all! In addition to the color scheme being more dominated by shades of nude (and other subtle shades) it was ultimately the accessories which highlighted the overall look. In the 1920’s, women rarely left their houses without the perfect accessories complementing their outfits; be it gloves, handbags, or hats. Today, if you are hoping to bring out the Gatsby style in your wardrobe, accessories are the fundamental elements to keep in mind. Here are a few pointers!

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The Sexiness of the Slip Dress

When it comes to the slip dress, it can be one of the sexiest wardrobe pieces that you can ever own. A slip dress is a woman’s dress that looks like an under slip or a petticoat. Most times it can be found with spaghetti straps, made of silk or satin, and always filled with allure. We can thank designers like John Galliano, who debuted the design for Dior in 1996. Although the style has not been widely popular since the 90’s, it never goes out of style when it comes to dressing in your best Roaring 20’s attire.

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