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 Retro is officially defined as “imitative of a style, fashion, or design from the recent past”, meaning it is not actually vintage or from the past, but inspired by it, just like all of our jewelry! By blending modern color trends and silhouettes and the aesthetic of years past, retro clothing and jewelry are a fun way to really express your personal style!

Flaunt your classic style and dazzle in this Sleeveless Boat Neck Ball Gown Dress which features a mini flare, lace design with lined under cotton sateen and round neck. Well Finished off with a back zipper for an added authentic vintage touch. The cotton sateen has a slight sheen giving it a touch dressier for a dinner outing, but still relaxed enough for an evening spent with friends.

How To Style a Retro Look:
Bright shades are a signature element of the retro style. Especially when they are combined in a gorgeous way. I believe I am not the only one who loves anything vintage. Most vintage dress has an adorable collared A-fit mini style, which looks absolutely stunning; yet, when it is designed in such an engaging color palette, it becomes absolutely impossible to fight its overwhelming power. The length of the frock is perfect to show off the beauty’s legs and cover what is necessary. I always love when its styled with Magnificent pumps, coupled with stylish handbags, gloves and trendy sunglasses that complements the outfit.
Putting my outfit together was fun, adding this Suede boots from Public desire which was a little questionable at 1st but turned out to be the perfect shoe for this outfit at the moment. Added this bag by  Jessica Buurman and Guccithe hat is sure a step up for a retro look which was finished with a red lipstick and ready to go black coat.
Contributions : Fashioninspo

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