Much like technology, fashion evolves through time. For instance, back in the 90s, people couldn’t get enough of bell-bottom jeans, baby shirts, and all-denim ensembles. But this time around, you would rarely see people donning that kind of get up.
Now, it seems that wearing the “basics” is what’s trending–from simple colour-block shirts to the quintessential sweatpants. (Case-in-point, the new Yeezy clothing line)
It’s true that fashion continues to change as the years go by. But there are some essential pieces that seem to never go out of style. And among them is vintage wear.
From the puff sleeves to the long, flared out skirt, vintage wear defined the 60s through the 80s. And even though it’s been decades since that time, the style never seems to go out of date. In fact, you would still see celebrities and other prominent figures sporting the look during special events.
But what makes the style so timeless?
Well, for one thing, it gives off a casual yet chic vibe. For example, wearing a button-down blouse makes you look more put together than just the regular crew neck shirt.
And second, it’s a style that can be fused with a more modern look. Think about it, you can pair a puff-sleeved blouse with some denim shorts for a more effortless, semi-casual look, or even wear a flared skirt with a graphic tank top for a more unique style. Seriously, the possibilities are endless when you think about it!
To prove this point, Pampanga-based shop Style for LESS PH shows you how to combine vintage wear with a more modern look.
With their second collection, the owners remind people how fashion can be fused together for the perfect #OOTD. Here are a few examples of the styles you can do with the items in their new lineup.
Moreover, these items are super affordable. Priced at 150 Pesos per blouse, you can definitely get your desired look without breaking the bank.
So, if you’re interested to know more about their collection, click here to open the album. You definitely won’t regret the purchase!
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