Vintage Shopper

Vintage Look (Vol. 8)

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Vintage Look’s Volume 8 brings a 1980s jumpsuit worn by Leah, the glamour of the 1930s by Vivian, and a lovely vintage look by Charlie. Thank you ladies! You’ve definitely shown us your ability to wear vintage in a contemporary context. We’d also like to announce that Charlie has also joined us as a blogger! Be sure to catch her first post on Vintage Vibes from London’s Fashion Week. But without delay, lets swing back to this week’s Vintage Looks!

Leah (model)

www.thebaubleblog.com

I am a vintage lover through and through. My passion began with collecting vintage costume jewelry and has grown into a small business, curating, selling and writing all about vintage fashions.

In this photo, I am wearing a 80’s jumper given to my by my mother-in-law…straight from her closet! I added a gold metal belt from Bebe and some black booties to bring this ensemble from the past to the present.

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Vivian Van Swete (model)

www.modelmayhem.com/419879

I come from a small historic town in MN where I live, breathe and sleep classic movies, design & architecture (anything art deco)! I’m also a self dedicated vintage clothing and antique junkie. My Vintage Look is inspired by 1930s George Hurrell.

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Charlie Olivia (model)

captaincharghley.blogspot.com

I’m a London office girl by day and fashion blogger by night (and weekends!). I love all things nautical and enjoy mixing vintage and high street pieces to make my own unique style.

I bought this super cute lilac and white striped blouse from Absolute Vintage in East London for a bargain price of £5! It features some really amazing details, like the bows on the sleeves, the big pointy collar, and pretty pearl buttons. I’ve paired it with this skater skirt from H&M and these glitzy mirrored low heels from Asos.com.

charlotte

October 10, 2014 |

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