We can learn a lot about style from the early 1900’s. I soak up every opportunity to enjoy the gorgeous delicate details of clothing from that era.
What recently brought this timeless look to my attention was the show Bonnie and Clyde airing on Lifetime. As I sat and looked past the story, I found myself enthralled by the details of the clothing.
We have learned a lot with each span of time and this is one era that even the smallest details can really change up the look of a style.
From flapper dresses to swimwear that showed off every curve, the details of fabric were gorgeously made and having small accessories really brought the style of clothing together.
I noticed even the most conservative item of clothing looked amazing with a cloth hat, a staple piece for every women’s wardrobe in the 1920’s.
I do think that could’ve been my era to live in ladies. When you think about it, a lot of these fashions were slowly introduced into today’s style.
For example, if I throw on a classy conservative dress but want to step out in style, I would add a fun hat, clutch, scarf or even jewelry to give that conservative look an interesting take on what style should look like today.
Thanks to all these older styles because without them we couldn’t enjoy our fashion as much today.
There’s nothing like enjoying a little past with a fashionable present.
This is a dress from ModCloth. I love the vintage look paired with a taupe ankle shoe.
I love this vintage inspired dress paired with the same ankle heel below.
Love this look. Very vintage but yet current as far a fashion.
Enjoy the holidays with some fun vintage styles. You may find those styles in your closet or your favorite stylish relative might have some fun vintage items hanging in her wardrobe.
You can also visit your local flea market. I have found some items that are in great shape and have mixed them in with my current style and it’s like stepping back in time when you walk into those stores.
This is an easy and affordable way to change up your style.