I went to the Indie Arts Vintage Festival Saturday and loved just about everything I saw. Since this festival occurs a few times a year, I will definitely be back for the one in September.
Okay, so I have been having a lot of fun taking these “Vintage Recreation” photos. I try to put my own modern twist with it too; however, I have taken a few photos where I feel like “No, there is no possible way to make this dress modern.”. That is one of my “outtakes”. I am sure every fashion blogger has a ton of those. 🙂
Since I have acquired a ton of vintage apparel over the years, I thought what better way than to feature some of my “vintage finds” than to showcase them on my blog.
This idea actually came from a conversation I had with my boyfriend. He looked at my closet and said “Michal, this entire section looks like a vintage store.” So the wheels in my head started turning and thought, why don’t I start a series entitled “Vintage Recreations” where I select a vintage picture and try to recreate the style from what is in my closet.
This should be fun as I have already found a couple of pictures that is almost an exact replica of what I have already.
Top and Jeans: Forever 21
One of the reasons why I ADORE bohemian chic collections like Roberto Cavalli’s Resort 2017 is because I can easily find similar pieces at my favorite vintage shops.
Recently, I had been searching for some inspiration on what to wear to my son’s high school graduation next week. When I viewed this collection I immediately thought “That’s it!!!!”. I am taking a trip to my favorite vintage shop and try to find a similar long, flowing maxi dress.
Here’s hoping the trip is a success.