There's a retro evolution this season that has made vintage-inspired styles mainstream contemporary. From the 1950s sophisticated glam to the 1970s free-spirited expressions, old is the ultimate new!
I've always been fascinated by old hollywood's classic movies and tales of glitz, glamour and high-fashion. The days when women and men always put their best foot forward; making sure they made a good impression and commanded any room they entered. It's this underling attitude that I encourage my clients to adapt - having pride in their personal presentation and communication to the world. Times and styles may have changed, but the essence of being the best version of yourself should always remain!
I saw this retro-inspired, scooped neck t-shirt by Le Motto on Instagram a few weeks ago. I immediately decided to scoop one up for myself and was so excited to receive it. I love and support the movement it stands for, "Because Your Words Have Power. Wear and Share Good Words." I bought the "We Are All Cool Kids" shirt because it's along the same inclusive philosophy I govern my life and work by, but there are definitely a few more on my "POSHE List" to get.
With a 1950s inspiration, I paired the scooped neck t-shirt with a full midi skirt by H&M, keeping the look monochromatic in black and white with accents of gold. The skirt is fun, feminine and gives the casual t-shirt a sophisticated, retro punch.
This gorgeous purse is very special to me, as it belonged to my aunt who passed last year. That's what I adore about vintage pieces, there's a history, a life, a piece of soul connected to each piece. I think she would approve of how I'm wearing it and that's a pleasant thought to have.
I kept the other accessories very minimal as well; my Bulova watch, a gold ring, vintage belt and Versace sunglasses. The look was finished off with a pair of classic Christian Louboutin pumps for an effortless feel.
I styled the white t-shirt with all black not just because it's chic, but because I wanted the main focus for this outfit to be its message. I strongly believe words are powerful and we should all make more effort to express them in a positive and uplifting way to ourselves and to others. (click images to expand)
Shot/Edited by Photographer: Andrew Morales | IG @lifeinreverie | www.lifeinreverie.com
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