Ever since my early days of blogging My Vintage Vogue, an archive of popular fashion displaying photographs, models and designers from the 1920s to the 1960s, has been one of my favourite websites. It is always so inspiring. I love all the looks because they are incredibly pretty, classy, feminine and dressy; I adore the soft pastel colours, the beautiful flowers, stripes and polka dots, the bold statement colours and of course the red lipstick. The collection is extensive and very impressive; it’s a rather fitting and beautiful tribute to previous decades. I constantly wish I could dress up like this every single day. As I’m sure you all know, my favourite decade of vintage fashion is the 1950s primarily because I love the shape of the dresses, so I thought I’d make that the subject of this post. The sailor dress in particularly stands out to me because I’ve always wanted a sailor dress; I can just never find the right one. I like to think that my own style has a vintage element to it,; I thought it was the ultimate compliment when I once was asked whether this was a genuine vintage dress, but I do constantly wish I could find more ways to make my style increasingly vintage. I definitely recommend checking out this site.
Photos from My Vintage Vogue