For today’s style inspiration, I’m bringing back the classic Art Deco style with a modern-day twist.
The Art Deco style started in the early 1920’s and lasted until right before World War II. During that time, there was a sense of excitement and expectancy with anticipation of a future filled with promise. The women’s liberation movement, a prosperous economy, and key improvements in technology were attributes that led to progressive modernity, luxury and leisure – all of which was a new way of life. The fashion during that time was simply gorgeous!
I’m wearing a dramatic asymmetrical winter white cloche hat, adorned with feathers and diamonds, which I paired with a luxurious yellow cape stole wrap. Both pieces are typical of the Art Deco style. The cape stole wrap is usually worn over a party dress or ball gown, but for a more up to date look I kept with the same color scheme and paired it with a pencil skirt.
It just goes to show you can create a modern look with a little vintage flair. I hope it inspires you to bring back pieces from the past and incorporate them into your wardrobe today.
Here are the outfit details.
Cape Stole Wrap: Bergama Fine Furs
Skirt: JCrew Collection
Heels: Stuart Weitzman
Have a wonderful week my Loves!
The Ultimate Fashionista
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