I love watching old movies, and most admire the costumes from these movies. This is a source of retro inspiration. I don't know how many times I watched Breakfast at Tiffany's, Roman holidays or Sabrina. I also really liked the series about Detective Hercule Poirot, where the costumes were refined with great care (regardless of whether it was the main or supporting character). I could not forget the Spanish Grand Hotel and Telephony series or the criminal mysteries of Miss Fisher (she inspired me to one of the styles that I plan to make as soon as it gets warmer). Recently, I showed stylization on the blog all look Mango in a retro style with a polka-dot dress. I think this dress would work well in the years of old Hollywood cinema. It's often retro inspirations that are the biggest inspiration for me to create blog stylizations. When I have no idea - just one look and thousands of ideas are born in my mind.
Wardrobe with retro elements
In my wardrobe you can find a lot of items taken out of Grandma's wardrobe (handbags, jewelry or scarves) or bought in second-hand shops in Sopot. I was lucky enough to live in the 3 lumpex area with a really great range. You just needed to know when to go hunting for pearls. My biggest prey is a retro cotton dress (I suspect that from the 40 or 50 years) and a brooch or clips, which unfortunately I can't wear because I'm allergic to them. Oh ironically! I bought 10 pairs of really beautiful clips for just a few zlotys. This is only called niefart.
Hats and simple cuts
They inspire and delight me the most. I dream at least for one day to go back to the time when such clothes were everyday life. Today, we can only watch them and admire them in retro movies and series, as well as smuggle some elements into our everyday stylizations. The easiest way is to use elements such as handbags (those that are taken out of Grandma's wardrobe will never go out of fashion), or accessories - pearl bracelets and necklaces. Of course, remembering to be moderate in all this, because, as Coco Chanel used to say - look in the mirror and subtract one thing. Then it will be perfect. The "less is more" principle is a very good indicator of style. Below you will see the most beautiful retro inspirations.