The 60s are still fashionable, and they look better than you think!

Hello everyone!

How are you this week? I hope you’re fine.

Today I want to tell you about a nice day that I spent in a greenhouse choosing new flowers to decorate the house. It feels good to have a little contact with nature from time to time! Choosing new plants and flowers is always a good option to spend an afternoon giving a new touch of color to the house.

To carry out this activity, I decided to use a basic, comfortable and original look. A long, black and short-sleeved dress that stands out for its opening above the waist. I also wanted to add a brown vest to give it a more modern touch with lapels and zippers.

It’s like 60’s, don’t you think? The fall of the skirt and the vest give the image of that decade. I love the feeling transmitted by the fashion of that time. Besides that, it was a golden age for music. Songs like ‘The house of rising the sun’ or ‘California Dreamin’ are mythical songs. I like to think that my outfits do honor, not only to a past style, but to a past musical culture. You know that I love music, and especially rock concerts!

For this look, I decided to add some black shoes that stand out for their floral print. As you know, this type of prints have been one of the strongest trends this year, so I decided to keep it during the summer months. I love when a basic shoe has that touch that makes it different. These are very appropriate for the place, don’t you think?

I don’t want to say goodbye before telling you that no time is completely out of fashion. Enjoy exploring old styles and bringing them to the present! You will be surprised that you may not find them too different from your actual style.

What is your favorite decade in fashion?

Happy week to all.

A big kiss!

Dress: Cuple Fashion

Vest: Vintage

Shoes: Paloma Barcelo

Bag: Bellina Vintage


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