Thursday, January 6, 2011

Reinventing Yourself Vintage Style

A New Year is upon us and with that comes the oh so famous New Year Resolutions!

It seems that the most popular resolution is almost always weight loss. This year I propose that those of us who desire a change start out by simply reinventing ourselves. Are you asking how??? Vintage style is a great way to start! Here’s why, dressing in vintage clothing is a form of expression…………

better yet, think of it as a way of making yourself a mood chameleon!

One day you might be feeling a little funky or hippie, a velvet fringed vest worn with a stylish skirt or dress is groovy or for a more relaxed feel throw on some jeans a belt and you will be the happening hip chic! The next day perhaps you might want to reveal a haute punk 80’s attitude! This black gold studded jacket is great and offers a versatile look. This jacket over a plain black tee with leggings and stylish boots screams confidence, style, and attitude……..

Black Corduroy Studded Jacket
Not you?? You can dress this same outfit down for a simpler sophisticated look by wearing a nice pair of black flats or dare to be different with these black striped pumps..........

Black Patent Leather Striped Pumps
Heading out for a night on the town???? A sophisticated yet stylish gold leaf jacket is the way to go along with a pair of stilettos or boots and the perfect accessories………….

Metallic Leaf Bolero
Yep you definitely will be turning heads !!!

For those attending dinner parties and galas, you too can be the envy and talk of the evening when you walk in flaunting a Hollywood Old Style elegant faux diamond lined black gown

Old Hollywood Evening Gown
or this graceful accentuating ruffled gown...

Ruffled Knit Dress
Whatever the occasion, there is an era to fit your mood and style.

What are you waiting for!!???!!!!


Here are a few of my fav vintage sellers to begin your journey towards a new and exciting YOU!

I will close this entry with a quote from a classic designer, CoCo Chanel,

“Fashion Fades….Only Style Remains The Same”



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