Aesthetic Vintage Style breaks our popularity records almost every year! That is why we always like to return to the past decades and introduce to you a new nostalgic pieces in our Aesthetic Vintage Collection. Would you like to create your very own aesthetic vintage style that will stand out from the crowd? We have prepared for you a few ideas to get you started!
MIX NEW WITH AN OLD
The most proven way to create aesthetic style with a vintage note is to mix clothing pieces from the past with modern ones. It's a simple way to build a vintage aesthetic style that will highlight your individuality and create that original, unique look that everyone craves. Start with mixing 80's or 90's clothing pieces with some modern style accessories. The good example would be adding vintage style belt to the simple sweaters. You could also try 90's style windbreaker with the classic white T-shirt and your favorite jeans. Be imaginative and don't be afraid to experiment with different vintage style pieces!
MAKE YOUR AESTHETIC VINTAGE STYLE REFLECT YOUR PERSONALITY
Think of what you love, what are your hobbies, places you like to go, music you like to listen to. For example, if you are a fan of grunge bands from the 90's, then putting your checkered style shirt, heavy boots and oversize sweater might be the way to go. Whatever you decide to wear, make sure it's consistent with who you really are.
WHAT WORKS FOR SOME MIGHT NOT WORK FOR YOU
Vintage style dresses and skirts tend to emphasize the shapes. The trick is to get inspired by the vintage pieces but wear them in a more contemporary version that suits you and your figure best.
DON'T FORGET ABOUT MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLE
To create your vintage hairstyle you can either attach decorative vintage style hairpins on one side of the hairdo, curl your hair or just simply make use of your scrunchies. Scrunchies are the most popular 90's style hair accessories and you can create with them a simple vintage aesthetic look within minutes.
Generally speaking when it comes to makeup, natural-looking skin was a big part of the 90's beauty look. The safe move is always to don't overdo it. Opt for natural looking skin tone with a little blush.