Uncategorized, Vintage Fashion

Steal Her Style: Fay Wray

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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!

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Vintage Holiday Beauty Looks

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Now that Halloween is out of the way, we can set our sights on the holidays! Who doesn’t like getting all dolled up for family gatherings and holiday parties? Show off your love of vintage with the help of these timeless vintage beauty looks featuring bold matte lips, the perfect winged liner, finger waves, metallic eyeshadows, and so much more!

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Ultimate Flapper Halloween Looks

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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.

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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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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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