I first came across these images of Beautiful People Spring’s 2016 collection on Pinterest (as most of us do these days) and I immediately fell in love with the look of these ensembles. Most likely because I already own similar looking items in my own wardrobe and I am drawn to things that are already familiar to me. But also because there is something a bit English about them, something classic and all together proper. From the Vogue article:
“Spring 2016 inspirations: Idyllic modesty, femininity, and ’50s couture influences with corseted silhouettes…”
So, no wonder I’m drawn to it. It has obvious vintage influence! It’s finally warming up around here so I’m looking forward to replicating these looks with things I already own. A straw boater hat, a classic trench coat, a plaid skirt, a black top, and a “non-print” print dress.
This outfit above is such a perfect every day outfit. My friends and I have been talking about how so many women these days just wear workout clothes everywhere they go. I don’t get it. Why wear workout clothes if you’re not going to exercise? Is it pure laziness? When you stock your wardrobe with simple basics aside from just tee shirts and jeans, it’s really not that difficult to look perfectly put together in 10 minutes tops.
You can see more of Beautiful People collection at Vogue! Image credits: Vogue.com
Who says pale hues and blush are just for Spring? Not me! I absolutely adore these colors all year around. I don’t know if it really makes sense to call these Autumn Wardrobe color inspiration, since I pretty much wear and advocate the wearing of above colors year around!
I am realizing more and more when making decisions for the vintage inspired clothing in the shop that I am just going to stick to my guns and only carry the color palette I really adore. So if you’re wondering why the vintage inspired clothes at Adored Vintage are decidedly “Spring-y” it’s because I think these colors SHOULD ALSO be worn in Fall. Besides, if you saw my Autumn leaves photo on Instagram today, you’ll see blush, pale peach, and muted violet show up in Autumn.
Image credits / All images from Pinterest
The weather has cooled off recently and it has felt more like Autumn than summer in my neck of the woods. Autumn is my favorite season and already I am scouring the internet for inspiration for my Fall wardrobe! I know I have said this before, but it bears repeating that I don’t really follow modern day fashion. Which is probably why I am profoundly in love with Luisa Beccaria. Their designs just understand my vintage loving heart so much, but it’s for a modern gal. Not for one who wants to go about appearing as if she wear in costume.
The Fall 2015 RTW collection (I know, it’s 2016…again, does it matter with vintage inspired fashion?) has so many vintage influences throughout! From the 1920s, the 1930s, the 1940s, and the 1950s! How many details have you noticed from all these eras?
I also love the grey and deep blue color scheme. The royal blue highlights are not my favorite, but royal blue (or jewel tones in general) are colors I really don’t care for. I ADORE, ADOOOre the berets in each of these ensembles and the fishnet tights! I am DEFINITELY going to wear fishnet tights this upcoming Autumn season!
All images from Vogue / source
I recently started following designer Luisa Beccaria’s Instagram account and I just need to spend some time and really gush over how absolutely beautiful it all is. Feminine, dreamlike, and oh so romantic. As you know, I don’t really give a fig about modern day fashion so I never keep up with it. However, when I do find something I like, I tend to dive full in, obsess a bit, and I’m a fan for life.
The runway looks from Luisa Beccaria Spring 2016 RTW just had me all goo goo eyed! It’s so very, very girlie! I was actually a little surprised how drawn I was to this collection because the colors are much brighter than I usually prefer.
All images from Vogue.com / source
Every season when the new collections are revealed on the runways of New York, Paris, and Milan I get so excited to see which designers are using vintage as their inspiration and influences. So, here are some of our favorite looks from the fashion runways with decidedly Edwardian, Victorian, and all around romantic inspirations.
Image Credits (all from Vogue.com)
1. Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Fall 2015, 2. Alberta Ferretti, Spring 2016, 3. Alberta Ferretti, Spring 2016, 4. Philosophy de Lorenzo Serafini, Fall 2015 5. Alexander McQueen, Spring 2016, 6. Temperley London, Spring 2016, 7. Elie Saab, Spring 2016 Couture, 8. Valentino, Spring 2015 9. Alexander McQueen, Spring 2016