As most of you already know the vintage style is back and it is as relevant as ever. High-waisted pants and jeans, which are very similar to the “Charleston” type, pointed high heels with snake print and common sight nowadays. It is important to know how to categorize vintage items and most importantly how to make them look relevant and fit into the modern world. So without further do, here are my 4 tips on how to look modern in vintage clothes and how to combine them:
1. It is all about the Charleston –
If you are wondering whether to buy this type of pants or not – do not hesitate. They are very comfortable and stylish, as well. They will inevitably make your legs look longer and thinner, which is a goal for every woman. In my case, the stripes are the important details of the pants.
2. Go for the coat-
There is not anything in this world more classy and respected as the coat. It makes you feel and look more respected, which will boost you self-confidence and in this way you will look better. A long coat matches perfectly with the Charleston pants and every type of shoes, which is a great perk.
3. Choose a modern detail –
In my case, this is the barett hat. It brings that Parisian vibe into your whole outfit and it places a modern statement in your outlook so that you do not look as if you have come from the 80’s with a time machine. Although I have chosen the barett, you can always go with a modern scarf or piece of jewelry.
4. Do not forget the belt –
Belts remain important even nowadays. But this time, you will not use it in the common way. To achieve a thinner waist and put a focus on a certain piece of clothing you need to use a belt. This trick will prevent the clothes form being too baggy and you can underline your beautiful waist.
If you have followed these steps – congratulations. Now you will stand out from the crowd in a very stylish and chic way. You will be glamorous and I guarantee that everyone will be turning their heads to see you, wishing that they could look like that. Don’t hesitate – the vintage style is back and you should get the most of it.