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Vintage Bride : Jarlo London


Vintage fashion isn’t about dusty old clothes, it’s about bringing back fashion from a different era that is timeless and classic. It’s about taking inspiration from bygone ages and bringing it into the 21st century. This winter, vintage fashion is at the forefront of both the catwalk and the high street, in terms of both fabric choices and patterns. Here are just a few of cozy options from the good old’ days that can be a great addition to your winter wardrobe.

Vintage clothing is a generic term for garments originating from a previous era. The phrase is also used in connection with a retail outlet, e.g. "vintage clothing store." Today vintage dressing encompasses choosing accessories, mixing vintage garments with new, as well as creating an ensemble of various styles and periods.Vintage clothes typically sell at low prices for high end named brands. It has been part of the world since World War I as an idea of reusing clothing because of the textile shortage. Vintage clothes help the environment by re wearing the clothing and re purposing them into alternative items.Vintage clothing is used as a muse for new designs and is known to be retro clothing.
Here is this gorgeous vintage Lexy dress by Jarlo london.
I couldn't feel less wearing it the cold shoulder dress. Everything seems so sophisticated yet its a very simple dress, quality fabric and a flowly tail dress.
£105.00 GBP £90.00 GBP.
I totally get a different feel wearing Jarlo dresses, This dress is near and dear to me, Now this is one of my favorite occasion dress, perfectly comfortable and flattering at the same time.
Mustard Open Toe Faux Leather Chunky High Heels.
Mesh Bowknot Feather Cocktail Fascinator Hat also worn Here.
Knitwear for the modern woman
Knitting is one of the oldest forms of making fabric, and is practical in terms of durability and warmth. Knitwear had its heyday as sportswear in the 1920s - 1940s, but then began to seep into mainstream fashion. The chunky knit jumper has always been a winter staple, but the pattern choices for this season are heavily influenced by the bright colors of the 1980s and 1990s. Think geometric patterns and primary colors. These work too for jersey knit dresses, and can be a winter statement piece for any wardrobe.
Tactile velvet 
Velvet is the dream fabric and is fashionable for women over 60, just as much as women in their 20s. The fine looped material shimmers and shines in the light, yet is think and beautifully tactile. You just want to reach out and touch it. The classic, black velvet dress drapes well over curves and looks good in crushed velvet too. The last time velvet was so fashionable, was back in the 1990s, but this time round, we are modernising the look with pastel colours too. Pastels are flattering to skin tone, and look less harsh that the traditional bottle green and crimson that is associated with velvet. Even model, Chrissy Teigen wore a pink velvet dress out in Los Angeles this month, perfectly fitting over her baby bump. Hats are back
Hats are always a statement, but winter is the best time to embrace this. The classic Bowler Hat is a wonderfully flattering and effortlessly stylish. It was originally made in 1849 for the brother of the 2nd Earl of Leicester in Great Britain. Think of wealthy nobility, and you understand how the bowler hat should be worn. It is not only a great vintage accessory, but also practical and warm for winter. Look for unusual colors to contrast your outfit, and make the Bowler Hat a statement piece.Vintage fashion will always be timeless, and this is why certain styles return after decades. It is good to be inspired by history. The right vintage outfit will remind the modern woman how far we have come, and what we have achieved. 

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