This look relies heavily on patterns from the 60s. The tunic is a 60s inspired mod tunic with an abstract Indian style pattern. The navy blue against the white of the vibrant pattern really makes this piece stand out. As it is Indian inspired I selected other Indian inspired items to accompany it. The bag is a handmade cloth handbag with gold-thread embroidery by Bargainmerchant. It’s a unique piece, but I couldn’t resist the charming pattern. The headpiece is a 70s inspired heart 3-piece headpiece, which adds some elegance, mystique and Indian princess style to the whole look in a subtle and modest way. For the last look I wanted to look at some 80s dresses, as I’m an 80s girl, but I just couldn’t find anything inspirational, so I went for the next best thing, a 90s look.
The dress is a Grunge bandage velvet dress in burgundy by Evieknight, and I chose it, because nearly every woman on TV was wearing one of these at some point during the 90s. The black tassel fringe faux suede cross messenger bag is from Trendypanda, and also very 90s, as tassels were all the rage, while the feather necklace by Black Tied is again 90s inspired, as peace signs and peace symbols such as feathers were highly popular accessories. This look would work well in the Autumn when going out on the town. So, here are three vintage inspired looks. The first two are mixes of different vintage eras, while the last stays true to just one era. What do you think of the combinations? Hope you got inspired.
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This article was written by vintage lover Sarah, who is currently writing on behalf of ASOS Marketplace.