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Monday, 30 January 2012

Vintage Style Blouses

Vintage Style Blouses
Polka dot vintage blouse, image source: Etsy.com

Vintage styling is mainly clothing between 1920's and 1990's period. Though you may not find your size and fit in real vintage style clothing, you may find your choice of colours and fit in retro-vintage, which is imitation of those designs which were in vogue years ago.


So, if you are sick of rummaging through that stacked up clothes stores, why not design your look for the next week-end party with styling clothes? For that dream dress of yours, try out some vintage styling. It's sure to make you look original and imaginative and of course, stylishly elegant too!

Vintage Style Blouses
Flowers are scattered on a crinkled chiffon fabric. The main colour is a light-hearted red
image source: www.heydayonline.co.uk

Many celebrities are sporting vintage clothes in Page 3 events, thus acknowledging the freshness of that era! Many of the fabric of that bygone era are not found in today's world. The detailed work on them like lace, embroidery, crochet, needle work, etc. are not found today.

Mostly, vintage style clothing is customized clothes and the fabrics are of the highest quality. The detailing done on them have no match, whatsoever! Quality combined with desirability is worth owning in clothing. Certain style and design value make it worthy. If you see vintage clothing back in market is because of this quality.

Vintage Blouses
Red vintage blouse, image source: www.vintagediggs.com

Most of the vintage style clothing is handpicked from stockiests, godowns and makers or designers. Sometimes even the labels will be intact, so that you can have unused first hand vintage item in your hands.

The 1960's minis are making a comeback among the youth today. Tank tops, platform shoes, bell bottoms etc are all doing the rounds of fashion circuits. The disco style of 70's is well seen in the hairstyles as well as clothing.

Retro Blouses
Pink retro blouse

Investing in these clothing will never be a waste. It means you are trying to preserve a piece of history as well as helping in preserving our depleting environment. That is recycling! By buying vintage style clothing you are trying to recycle the old clothes. That means you are cutting down on waste.

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