Thursday, August 11, 2011

Vintage Victorian

I've done a lace inspired post in the past but figured I love lace so much, why not do another? For this particular entry, I wanted to focus more on a vintage victorian vibe with help from the ladylike fabric. Lace seems to be a girly-girl's best friend throughout the year but lace can be a great trend to try especially in the fall. Lighter pale pinks and nudes paired with black overlay lace can be pretty for the cooler months, and help to give off an elegant vintage feel. Tired of the same old lace pieces? Look for accents such as bows, pearls, higher collars and ruffled sleeves for an ultra feminine victorian style. To prevent your outfit from looking too precious, add some black or metallic accessories to add a touch of edge!

Vintage Victorian Inspired Look 

Vintage Beauty

Get a vintage victorian inspired look that only looks expensive! I've put together an entire outfit for less than $110

Dress: Lace Contrast Crinkle Effect Brooch Dress $26.00 (Dress Rail)
Shoes: Kelly and Katie Grace Metallic Sandal $39.95 (DSW)
Bag: Madell Satchel $15.98 (JCPenney)
Earrings: Worthington Pearl Crystal Earrings $9.99 (JCPenney)
Bracelet: Silver Rhodes Crystal Accent Vintage Stretch Bracelet $12.60 (1928)

Total: $104.52 + tax

Other Options:

Lace of Diamonds Romper $52.99 (Modcloth)

Back in a Sash Top $44.99 (Modcloth)

Prep for Class Dress $64.99 (Modcloth)

Taupes and Dreams Dress $44.99 (Modcloth)

Stage Direction Tank $47.99 (Modcloth)

Candy Floss Cloud Top $44.99 (Modcloth)

Boutique Shopping Top $54.99 (Modcloth)

Meet the Family Top $39.99 (Modcloth)

From TRTD's Closet

Cardigan: Laguna Niguel Cardigan $34.65 (Hollister)

Shoes: Fiona Peep Toe Bow Heels $5.99 (Value Village)

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