So here is the second installment of my vintage inspired outfit series. This one is all about 1940s glamor, but taken down a few notches so you can wear it everyday or to a semi-formal affair. By the way, if you haven't seen the film His Girl Friday yet, you should. It's a cute, fast paced black and white.
• Monsieur Reinaert Scarf - a cute alternative to the fox stole, and a great light covering for the breezy Spring season.
• Pleated pencil skirt in chocolate - Will make your bum look stunning.
• Kendra peep-toe shoe from Clark's or the Ada Binding pump from Frye.
• Feather fascinator, like from the last scene of the movie Brick. I made a post on my old blog how to make this, but I can't find it now. Basically, you buy a feather pad of your choosing and hot glue a french clip, barrette or hair comb to the back of it and you have yourself a neat little feather fascinator! If you want to recreate the one from Brick, get the pheasant pad. It is such a simple way to doll-up any look. I always get compliments when I wear mine.
Coming up next week...Golddiggers of 1933.
(If you are interested in stockings and make-up to complete your look, check out my Vintage Style Series posts.)