May 3, 2015

Vintage Never Go Out Of Style

I’d like to claim that “old” has got a new name these days, and it’s called Vintage! Dressing up in vintage style doesn’t have to look like costume-y. Incorporating classic pieces and clothes with timeless cuts into one’s wardrobe will definitely help achieve a vintage feel. You can never go wrong if you’re thinking of having a vintage style of fashion, after all that’s why it’s revered as timeless. There is also a modern take or interpretation of vintage fashion that won’t make you look like you’ve come out from a history book.

I love anything vintage, shabby-chic or quirky; I believe I am an old soul and if I were to be asked if what era to live in the past, I would probably choose between the Renaissance, the 1920’s or 1950’s. For me, those times are the most fashionable eras. As much as possible I want to include something vintage-looking and preppy into my wardrobe, and believe I would fit in that style category or probably modern vintage.

If I could, I would imitate Gossip Girl’s Blair Waldorf’s sense of style. Most, if not all, of her clothes in that TV series, whether it’s casual, sleepwear, evening dress etc, screams vintage. She even wore vintage prom dresses uk in some of the episodes during their high school days in Constance Billard School for Girls.

Vintage can also mean being conservative, meaning less skin is being shown. I haven’t seen anyone wearing long sleeve prom dresses but in some red carpet event on TV celebrities can be seen wearing evening dresses with sleeves. They actually look nice and more polished. I guess that would work for someone like me who carries flabs in her arms.

Vintage will never go out of style, that’s one thing I know for sure. Whether be it in fashion, architecture and design. The older it gets the timeless and classic it becomes.
Dresses featured in this article can be found here:  1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6

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