Creating a Retro-Inspired Wardrobe for Spring 2018

If you know me, you would know that I do like a lot of retro-inspired dresses. Since I am loving a lot of retro-inspired dresses, I thought I would show you how you can be creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for sprig 2018.

For any of my long-term readers, you probably guessed that I like a lot of swing dresses and dresses that are retro-inspired. Well, you are not wrong there. Because I do and I spend way too much of my money buying a lot of swing dresses and retro-inspired clothes.

Just so we’re clear, we all know what retro-inspired mean? If you don’t, no worries – let me explain. It modern day clothes that are designed to look like something from the past. So a dress designed to look like something from the 1940s or 50s. It a little different to vintage fashion which are clothes that already belong to that era and is consider ‘vintage’ – old. Most people tend to prefer retro-inspired clothes as they can still be retro but without the need for wearing second-hand clothes. Is that clear?

As I was saying, I do like my retro-inspired dresses and this year I want to up the obsession; if that is even possible? Yes, I want 2018 to be the year I go properly into retro-inspired wear. While no doubt I would still buy bits and pieces from the high street as it the easiest place to buy clothes. I feel now is the time to create my own look and just be that little more retro.

If like me and is looking to create a retro-inspired wardrobe, then you are in the right place. As I will show you how you can be creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018. While some might argue the ‘fad’ for anything retro is dying out – I say no it isn’t. In fact, I have a feeling it only getting started.

So dust off those dance shows, as it doesn’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that swing. Here how you can be creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018.

From Lindy Bop:

creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018

‘Terri Lou’ Pink Party Dress

‘Lana’ Blue Floral Rabbit Print Swing Dress

‘Ionia’ Aqua Woodland Animal Print Tea Dress

‘Maybelle’ Light Blue Jacquard Twin Set

‘Angelina’ Purple Pencil Dress

‘Adonia’ Navy Jacquard Wide Leg Trousers

Peggy’ Chocolate Polka Rock ‘n’ Roll Full Circle Skirt

Kendra’ Red Gingham Capris

Mimi’ White Polka Dot Halter Neck Top

‘Ronnie’ Red Diamond Print Shift Dress

From Collectif:

creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018

Collectif Mainline Sadie Pencil Dress

Collectif Vintage Dawn Swing Coat

Collectif Mainline Hilda Skirt

Collectif Mainline Celina Velvet Sparkle Top

Collectif Mainline Dolores Doll Dress Polka

From Voodoo Vixen:

creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018

Sandy Fitted Denim Capri Pants

Bettie Plaid Swing Dress

Veronica Tartan Pencil Dress

Gabriela Pastel Purple Wiggle Dress

Cora Neck Bow Button Down

From Lady V London:

creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018

Estella – Watercolour Lantern & Floral Posy

Elsie Dress – Alfresco Floret

Ursula – Wild Roses on Scarlet

Vanessa Dress – Sapphire Rose Floral

Hepburn – Mulberry Tartan

From Dolly & Dotty:

creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018

Falda Chic Pencil Skirt in Red Polka Dots

Ivy Vintage Dogtooth Button Down Skirt in White/Black

Rita Pleated Swing Skirt in White/Blue Striped

Sabrina Glamorous 50’s Style Cape Shrug in Red

Clementine Checked Cropped Tie Button Top in Red/White

creating a retro-inspired wardrobe for spring 2018

3 Comments
  • Sophie
    February 15, 2018

    Love this! It’s given me some new inspiration for my closet! Thanks!

  • Tiffany
    February 27, 2018

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  • Anna Nuttall
    February 27, 2018

    Sure email me at annalisa.nuttall@gmail.com xx

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