Be surprised with this vintage ideas that came from the nostalgic 50´s and 60´s era, in the clothes series. If vintage makes part of you, your lifestyle, your ethics, way of living, and even if your are a vintage lover we are sure you will enjoy this post!Take a look a this great vintage clothing style and have some inspiration.
Tara Starlet is a vintage inspired fashion line with responsible ethics and a timeless charm. For the first six years, the label was created and run by a mother and daughter team. Tara Starlet was a family business, born out of a shared passion for the glory days of the 1940s and 50’s, and a mutual concern for the well-being of our planet and its inhabitants. Inspiration comes from the original Pin-up paintings and silver screen starlets like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe as well as a collection of original patterns. The collection is full of dresses for rolling around in the overgrown grass, playsuits for picnics in the park, and circle skirts for swing dancing. The garments will take you back in time to the days long-gone, where clothes were cherished until the elbows were worn and the buttons were lost.
Born in 1998, KILLAH is a denim lifestyle brand developing in parallel with the constant evolution of young women’s trends and featuring quality garments season after season, characterized by an original and unexpected style. In teenage urban slang, “killah” is an adjective used to indicate something strong, more assertive than the simple word “cool”.
What Katie Did was founded 1999 by Katie Thomas and today is the world’s leading brand of faux vintage lingerie, specialising in recreating silver screen glamour of the ’40s and ’50s. Katie Thomas is an expert on lingerie from the ’40s and ’50s and has been called upon to authenticate lingerie once owned by Marilyn Monroe by NBC and ITN news. In 2011 she was nominated for Cosmopolitan magazine’s Businesswoman of the Year.Read the full story on how Katie started her company with just £100 on the What Katie Did Timeline.