When the dress code calls for “vintage chic,” reach for ruffles, lace, high collars, and the occasional statement sleeve. The vintage-inspired pieces our favorite fashionistas are wearing will never go out of style.
Scroll on for some vintage fashion inspiration:
We love the retro vibe of this pair of muted red corduroy pants.
When it comes to vintage pieces, you can never go wrong with a pair of ditsy-print floral pants.
Gingham print and baker boy hats have made a comeback, and we couldn’t be more excited for this vintage-inspired look.
White lace, ruffles and high collars are a classic mix.
This piece is both modest and perfect for date night. We love the sweetness of the light peach color combined with statement-making sleeves and an embellished collar.
It seems like every fashion girl is wearing midi button-up dresses, and we’re totally on board! These timeless pieces are easy to style and appropriate for nearly any occasion.
The Fourth of July is right around the corner, meaning Wednesday fireworks, beach bonfires, and backyard barbecues with friends and family are on the horizon. While you may have given some thought about what dish or drink to bring, have you decided what to wear yet? The good news is there’s no need to break the bank, because most of these pieces are already in your closet!
Keep scrolling for a fail-proof shortcut for pulling off a patriotic look.
Amy Jackson of Fashion Jackson proves you don’t need to wear a bright and daring outfit to make a statement on the Fourth of July. Keep it simple with a white off-the-shoulder top and a pair of red heels.
Planning on having a picnic with your best gal pals to celebrate Independence Day? Opt for a romper in a chambray material or a red floral design to keep with the spirit of the season.
Feel free to get creative with your red, white, and blue outfit combinations. Tip: Start off with a classic pair of white shorts, and work your way upwards with solid blue and red pieces. (Hello, accessories!)
Going monochromatic red, white or blue is always a great choice for looking immediately put-together.
Break out your favorite patriotic graphic tees to celebrate the holiday!
A top with stars or stripes is everything you need for a festive July 4th look! The best part? You don’t need to stick to a certain color scheme to pull off these patterns!
When it comes to fashion, is less more? Some of our favorite fashion bloggers prove that personal style doesn’t always have to be over-the-top and dramatic. Keep it simple yet stylish in these six minimalist outfits:
Want an outfit that can easily transition from errands to dinner? Try styling a black leather jacket over a pair of ripped jeans.
This graphic tee and shorts look is an easy combination to pull off, especially since you most likely already have these pieces in your closet!
There’s something that’s so sophisticated and polished about a white tee and jeans.
You can’t go wrong with a bright bodysuit tucked into a pair of high waist jeans!
Kat—of the fashion blog With Love From Kat—proves you don’t need a bunch of colorful outfits to make a statement. Let simple white or black pieces stand out on their own.
Let’s be real—dresses are a girl’s best friend. They’re low maintenance and always look put together.
Instagram has quickly become the fashion lover’s go-to for instant outfit inspiration. I would go so far to say that Instagram will—if it hasn’t already—quickly surpass the traditional blogger’s platform.
When you’re looking for outfit inspo, it’s as easy as plugging in a descriptive hashtag or simply scrolling through your feed in the morning. Just follow your favorite fashionistas for a daily dose of style delivered straight to you! Need somewhere to start? Take a look at five of my favorite fashion babes you should be following on Instagram if you aren’t already.
Anine Bing, aninebing
Designer Anine Bing (check out her self-titled line here) is the queen of chic and classic with just the right touch of modern. Known for her outfit uniform of graphic tees and blazers, Anine can also be seen rocking badass booties, leather jackets, and the denim of your dreams.
Casey Carlson, officiallyquigley
A little boho, a little rock and roll, and a lot of funk. Casey has a smile that lights up the entire room and definitely has fun playing dress up everyday. Fun fact: I met Casey at our local dog park before she moved out of the area, and our pups were obsessed with each other!
Lauren Johnson, discodaydream
Lauren is the ultimate cool girl, and I am almost embarrassed by the amount of likes she gets from me! She is an unlimited source of outfit inspo, whether I’m feeling chic, casual, or playful.
Chloe Miles, chloehelenmiles
Chloe is a total style chameleon and showcases her effortless chic fashion sense throughout her Instagram.
Zoe Lazerson, zoelaz
Zoe shares her personality through her fashion! A fan of color, Zoe nails playful yet wearable style and shows you how to wear just about every trend perfectly.
Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2018 is Ultra Violet, a bold color that fashion does not utilize enough. They describe it as “a dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade… Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.”
Looking for outfit inspo for ways to wear Ultra Violet? Look no further! Below are seven ways to incorporate this vibrant Color of the Year into your wardrobe.
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