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.
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