Its Vintage Darling but So On Trend


With the new spring trend for blush / nudes tones this delish website has a gorgeous collection of 50’s 60’s and 70’s pieces that fit the trend impeccably: www.itsvintagedarling.co.uk

I’ve mixed up them up with some high street and designer offerings on this mood board below


I love that pieces that were on trend 40 years ago have still totally wearable today! If there was ever a reason to keep everything in your wardrobe for as long as possible then this is it!

The company are based in the UK and have pieces that are even older in their stunnig collection. The company deliver throughput europe for £8 (approx. €9) per delivery.

Other pieces in the collage are from:

www.asos.com; www.missselfridge.com; www.dorothyperkins.com; www.dune.co.uk & www.schuh.ie


2 Responses to “Its Vintage Darling but So On Trend”

  1. March 29, 2009 at 11:08 pm

    On many levels it’s lovely when retro-fashion trends bring back something yummy from the past.

    Ironically, it works best for young people to wear “old” clothes. When a middle-aged (or better) woman wears something that’s been hanging in her closet long enough to become fashionable again, she doesn’t look trendy at all, but somehow frumpy and out of date.

    • 2 whisty
      April 27, 2009 at 10:51 pm

      It’s true what they say, if you remember a trend the first time ’round, don’t go there the second time. Most people I know that were “there” the first time, couldn’t think of anything worse than wearing the same look again though!!! Maybe that’s where the problem lies?

      I reckon you can channel a re-vamped trend in subtle ways though. If you wanna go 80’s for a second time use the colour pallet instead. Acid wash denim need only feature in your wardrobe once in a lifetime!

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