To suit or not to suit vintage lovers? Today's fashion dilemma will be uncovered and we're going to highlight different ways of how to rock a vintage suit this season. Our new vintage collection is online and we're showing you how to style them here and now. Polka dots are (if you care about trends - that is) on trend and this attention-grabbing 60's suit is versatile to wear it together or separately. Paired with a midi skirt and side slash plus white subtle details, this retro chic vintage suit is not to be missed. Style your two piece with a bolder tee or go further with a pussy bow blouse for meetings at the office.
What better way to start the new season than in a perfect 50's vintage suit. Yellow is the new pink if you follow instagram and this yellow understated suit will instantly update your spring wardrobe. Beautifully cut and elegantly detailed with yellow buttons front and back this flattering suit is the perfect alternative to an office dress.
If you're into dress suits, then this statement wool/silk vintage piece is for you. Totally wearable and made by Saks Fifth Avenue this sleek suit will enrich your wardrobe palette. Utterly refined, one part is pure wool and the other half is silk, with a figure flattering belt to cinch in your waist and finish off the look by throwing on the feminine cut jacket with pockets. As an extra bonus, the jacket is a great alternative to a denim cover up. You can easily wear it alone.
To emulate the elegance of the 60's but in a minimal way, this white ladylike trouser suit will refresh your style. Embellished around the neckline and hem with a belted top, Patsy vintage suit, exudes a Grace Kelly cool appeal. Wear it separately to create an eclectic but everyday look. Pair the trouser with a baggy worn our vintage t-shirt and the top with a lengthening skinny denim.
To answer our dilemma we believe that suiting up is not only for the boys and for office and it definitely looks chic and immaculate when you wear it together or separately. If you want to make an impression of a special occasion then go for a suit. Here are some suits advocates if you are still not convinced.
So, vintage lovers what is the answer? Yes or No?
...to be continued...