I put this dress together because I like all of the different textures of the dress and the wool coat. I added a fringe belt for flair and a kelly bag.
Yesterday I was playing with different vintage accessories while wearing a modern dress, I love to put pieces from different era’s together and see what the result is. I recently had my hair cut into a pixie cut (think Ginnifer Goodwin pixie cut), so wearing vintage hats has become much easier. Here are a few different looks..
What I used: 1960s White with blue flower wiggle dress, sheer white scarf tied around the waist, Yellow flower scarf tied at the neck and a blue 1960s hat case.
This outfit is fit for traveler in you.
You can purchase this dress at this link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/127235411/1960s-mad-men-white-embroidered-flower?ref=shop_home_active
You can purchase the traincase/tote at this link:
What I used: 1980’s Victor Costa Saks Fifth Avenue Mauve Dress, Vintage Faux Pearl Hip Belt and 1960’s Mauve Sequin with veil hat.
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You can purchase the pearl belt at this link:
You can purchase the hat at this link:
Pieces I used: 1980’s Cheongsam Kimono Brocade Dress, 1950’s Arctic Fox Stole Wrap, 1960’s Gold Circle Belt and 1970’s 2 strand faux pearl necklace
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1970’s Blue dress with sheer flowing sleeves and a rhinestone diamond beneath the bust.
1970’s White San Dales sandals
1960/1970s Silver and clear bead necklace.
This outfit could be worn to prom, costume party, wedding, tea/lawn party or to even church. I chose this outfit because I thought each piece would go well together or as Mom says compliment each other.