Vintage style clothing you’ll love
Get inspired by vintage styles to make an individual style statement. Look ultra-chic with clothes that made an impression in the late sixties and early seventies. Psychedelic prints, pants with bell bottoms, micro-minis, bell sleeves on tunics, beaded accessories – all of these are reminiscent of a hip, retro style. Adapt these designs to make it work for you today. Take a look at some clothes that you can mix and match to imitate yesterday’s vintage style.
Step into the 70’s and go vintage with a bell sleeve tunic. Vintage styles fit surprisingly well and provide a good fit. Get an exciting tunic today like the Eyelet tunic that has Boho overtones. It has embellishments at the neckline and eyelet all over. The cotton tunic has drawstring details on the bell sleeves. Another tunic that adapts itself to today’s style is the Lace Tunic. It has a scoop neck in the front and back. It has long bell sleeves, scalloped trim and finished edges.
Bell bottom pants
Bell sleeves were inspired by the bell bottom trousers. Bell bottom pants had flared legs with big hems. They were all the rage during the 60’s and 70’s. Bell bottom pants with a tunic top with bell sleeves in bright, psychedelic colors make a strong vintage statement.
Maxi dresses offer a cool and relaxed fit and that’s why they were popular during earlier times too. Maxi dresses have always been about comfort. They suit all body types and make for lovely spring and summer wear. If you want to sport a vintage style, wear a maxi dress with long sleeves and short sleeves, V-neck and neck-tie. The dresses used to have bright prints and were a hot favorite with the “hippie community” or “flower children”.
Wear a cardigan blazer with a bell sleeved tunic or top to look ultra-chic. The NM Luxury Essentials blazer cardigan in black knit has a notched collar with button front. The long sleeves and front pockets look neat when paired with a simple tee shirt or a tunic making it look good as work wear too.