Saturday, 2 December 2017

8 Ways To Rock A Vintage Dress for the Festive Season

1. Push The Bow Out

A statement bow was a staple of many 1980s prom dresses - and what says 'Christmas' better than mimicking a (very glamorous) gift?

2. Sophisticated Separates 

OK, so number two on our list isn't a dress... but with a cashmere turtle neck, any brocade maxi-skirt has the instant look of a Met-worthy ballgown!

本日22時、新商品多数入荷いたします✨ . 個人的に、古着っぽすぎる服はあまり好みではないので、 気軽に取り入れやすい、でもポイントになるような特徴的なヴィンテージアイテムを揃えています。 肌に気持ち良いマテリアルや、ヴィンテージならではの美しいマテリアルなどからつくられた、素敵なものを集めました。ご覧いただければ嬉しいです。
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3. 1970s Velvet 

The fabric that was MADE for the season. The 1970s and 1980s were awash with statement dresses in soft, velvet materials that were warmand sumptuous.

4. The Power Sleeve 
If you're not a fan of swishy skirts, try a more sleek and modern silhouette by embracing the power sleeve. The 1960s and 1970s has plenty of maxi-dresses with batwing or fluted sleeves.

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5. Santa Sweetheart 

Think Sandy before her transformation: A sweetheart neckline, ruffles and full skirt are a true vintage way to rock your festive outfit. You could always wear a prom dress with a tight-fitting jumper in a bold colour if you wanted to push the boat out.

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6. Glittering Details

 A small, sparkling embellishment can draw the eye to the right place this Christmas. This vintage Bob Mackie beauty is uber flattering, as the detail cinches in the waist.

7. Victoriana! 

A newly popular silhouette involves high necklines, ruffles and sweeping long hems. Pair with ridiculously high heels
for a vibe that's witchy and eccentric!

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8. Dripping In Gems 

Not for the shy and retiring, an all-over-glitz dress shout 'HOLIDAYS!' like nothing else. Come armed with a sewing kit though, because no one wants their sequins falling in the cranberry sauce...

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