Get Some Vintage-Style Inspiration from 5 Fashion Bloggers!

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Are you a fan of vintage fashion? Like it or not, some of the most popular mainstream trends today were considered vintage not long ago. So, why not give it a try and start to incorporate it into your everyday style?

We’ve scoured the world of fashion bloggers to find some of the best vintage-inspired looks that you can try out for yourself. A-line skirts are great pieces to use for vintage-infused outfits, and below are some good examples of these. We’ve also searched for must-have clothing items that could transform your look from modern-chic to vintage a la mode.

And guess what? Whatever your personal style is, somewhere here, there’s a vintage getup that will suit your taste.

1. Casual Breezy-Chic

Take a cue from Hallie Daily when it comes to adding a feminine-chic vintage touch to your casual everyday look. You can easily pair a bright and bold color with a laid-back top, and you’re all set for a stylish day out under the sun.


blue-skirtsA. Jill Sander Crossover A-Line Skirt in Blue, $662.07
B. Forte Forte A-Line Skirt in Electric Blue, $325.42

2. Edgy Vixen

Who says you can’t add vintage glam to an edgy and somewhat goth-inspired ensemble? Of course, you can! Check out Margaret Ye’s¬†look consisting of a plain white cropped top and a black A-line leather midi skirt. It’s simple yet very striking in a rocking way, don’t you think?


leather-skirtC. RED Valentino Faille Full Skirt in Black, $650
D. Theyskens’ Theory A-Line Leather Skirt in Black, $862.93

3. Preppy Girl Next Door

If we have some room for edgy rocker looks, we also have to offer preppy-schoolgirl-inspired outfits, right? Consider Ashlyn’s quintessential preppy look consisting of a sweater worn over a collared top and a pleated A-line skirt in subtle hues. There’s that necessary pair of eyeglasses as well.


pink-skirtsE. P.A.R.O.S.H. Jasmine Pleated Skirt in Black and Pink, $308.59
F. Dice Kayek Pleated High-Waisted Skirt in Pink, $334.40

4. Corporate Fashionista

Now, for those who have a rather more mature taste in fashion, you can go for the corporate fashionista look, which inspired Prisla’s ensemble below. Instead of going for plain skirts, why not add some life and vigor to your office wear by pairing your favorite button-down top with a printed skirt? You can even wear this straight from work to a night out with friends.


green-skirtG. IO High-Waisted A-Line Skirt in Blue and Green, $336.64
H. Eggs Patterned High-Waisted Skirt in Green, White, and Mustard, $334.40

5. Print-on-Print Party Girl

Speaking of night outs and parties, why not go all out with a print-on-print ensemble? Follow the lead of KT Reed. She definitely did a good job pairing completely different prints and making them work together. Even though print-on-prints are very tricky to pull off, it’s really just a matter of trial and error, with a good dose of risk-taking. It’s all about how you carry the whole ensemble anyway.


floral-skirtI. Christopher Kane Heavy Silk Organza Princess Skirt in Mauve, $991.78
J. McQ by Alexander McQueen Floral-Print Tulip Skirt in Black and Blue, $649.38

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