How to wear gold everyday!

Marilyn Monroe in a vintage gold dress

Whether you love vintage fashion or you follow current trends, prepare to go back to the heydays of disco and the 70's, this season. It's not the first time contemporary designers are getting inspired from bygone eras and it won't be the last. As ever, the 70's is the ultimate decade for numerous catwalk trends; from bohemian to disco and prints to metallic, to name a few. Taking notes from this decadent decade, today we're going to talk about how to incorporate gold, sparkling pieces into your everyday wear without looking like a glittery Christmas ball.

To tap into the metallic trend with ease and subtlety you can effortlessly match a black skirt with a jazzy, shimmering gold vintage top. Work the look with a funky glistening jumper styled with a pair of vintage leather trousers. Though this trend is not only for after hours but also for day time. As seen below, some street style bloggers love to add gold accents into everyday for subtle sparkle. Perfect way to transform the simplest look into a statement one.

How to wear a sparkling gold topWear a gold skirt with a white jumperStreet style and how to wear a gold trouserswear a gold coat every day

To revisit this glamorous trend, I summoned some of the most fabulously sleek vintage looks coming from Farrah Fawcett, Goldie, Bianca Jagger, Lauren Hutton and Diana Ross. Time to swipe your little black dress for a gold alternative.

Bianca Jagger on her way to studio 54 in a gold dressBrigitte Bardot in a vintage mini sparkling dressModel Lauren Hutton in a mini vintage gold dressFarrah Fawcett in a gold shimmering dress

To channel this vivid look you'll need only original vintage gold pieces. Here some of our favorites:

Shop this gold, 70's vintage top from solovesvintage.comShop 1920's vintage flapper dress from solovesvintage.comShop vintage gold 70's skirt from SoLovesVintageShop vintage striped jumper from

For more vintage pieces visit and sparkle all the way! be continued...

Sofia x

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