It´s time to wrap up our summer fashion posts here at the blog because next week, we´re officially welcoming fall. But honestly, I have a hard time saying “bye” to summer because I so dread winter. And fall means winter is coming soon … Anyway, more about fall and winter later. Today let´s talk about summer vintage style.
Last month I featured 4 gorgeous retro dresses which you could wear to travel. But take a look at these three vintage dresses I´ve got here, they´re meant for parties.
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Fresh Party Dress
I don´t know if less is more could describe this Before and Aster dress perfectly. Probably at first glance, yes, due to its sage-green color which is very soothing to the eyes that you could almost think, “yet another airy colored dress”. But then if you look closer, lo! the dress has this princess-seamed, floral-piped frock, stitching at the neckline, wildflower appliques, and party-perfect pockets! To really bring it out of its elements, you can add a bright crop cardigan and colored shoes. In fact, after the party, it´s easy to rework this silhouette for the office.
Plus Size Portrait Dress
Here´s a party dress for voluptuous girls. It´s not easy to find a perfectly beautiful printed plus size dress, what with its gray critters and silhouetted portraits enclosed in pink-and-blue frames that decorate this A-line dress with vibrant red sash and button closure – you should NOT let it go without thinking twice. Finish the look with a pair of blue pumps featuring double instep straps.
Vintage Striped Dress
For really chic girls who go golfing, or watching their man play golf, this striped dress in a forest-green hue is perfect for an outfit. Its catchy details include collars that boast angled black stripes and a matching belt. The pink flamenco heels are made to complete the striking style of the dress, making your outfit versatile enough to bring you from the golf field to a dance party.
What do you think of these vintage party dresses?