Spoilers: there’s a lot of love for vintage this week on my Instagram outfits
As we kick off Fashion Month, my eyes are turning less towards the runway and more towards the golden years of fashion gone by. It’s just as well, since many of the heavyweight designers are taking plenty of inspiration from vintage sources for their SS20 and AW20 collections ?— so why buy new when you can go second-hand?
I loved this week…
Princess Anne in the ’70s dress of dreams (we all know she’s the OG most stylish royal)
The Farrah Fawcett hair, blazer, big collar and flares ?— I would wear this entire look right now
A tonal lilac SS20 dream
A check suit moment that is decidedly 2020
Blondie for Gucci? All of my interests in one picture
Can you tell I’m into pink this year? This look shows that it’s all about the accessories
All black definitely doesn’t have to be boring ?— go for big sleeves, chunky boots and gold accents
Second-hand seller The Hippie Shake always gets it right, and this fabulous styling of musician Gabrielle Aplin is my moodboard for this year
The perfect transitional look, featuring a vintage find that we will be trawling the Oxfam racks for
Preppy chic with leather trousers is a match made in heaven
La Veste is one of the most exciting new Italian brands of the moment, so this behind-the-scenes shot from their AW20 campaign is great outfit inspiration
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