Are you looking to celebrate Valentine's Day in vintage style? I know I am and for this blog post I wanted to give you a vintage Valentine's Day Look book filled with some of my Valentines inspired looks with a vintage twist. I made use of my own made pieces as well as some true vintage and faux vintage items as well. I had some fun with these looks and I tried to make use of some reds, pinks, and a few other colors too like grey and black (classic neutrals) because when I think of Valentines Day those come to mind right away. . .As do flowers and fun accessory options. Anyways, enjoy my Valentines Day look book!
For my first look, a candy striped 50s dress paired with a frilly fluffy 50s petticoat and cranberry satin pumps. Pearls top off this look and add a soft romantic touch. Of course, white wrist length gloves are a must as is a fat white cat.
Is a dress too frilly? Looking for something more chic and sophisticated? Try a lipstick red suit paired with a sparkly brooch and a metallic gold evening bag. Paired with black pumps, gloves, and hat this Valentines Day look can go from day to evening in the most chic way possible.
Don't become a Frozen Charlotte this season. Pair this red suit above with a black coat and to add a festive touch add a floral corsage. A red silk tulip with sprays of white add a nice touch. My hat is a 50s piece with beaded silver and white leaves. It is the details that make a look .
Staying in? Going casual this Valentine's Day? Then how about a pink sweater paired with a white knitted top and grey skirt. A matching pink belt cinches in the sweater for a cute 50s look while a vintage pink and brown scarf wrapped around the head offers a fun touch. A floral pin adds a hint of the spring season we all know is coming !