The vintage piece that doesn’t go out of style

I have already repeated several times that I am not a person who tears her hair for vintage. But I must admit that there are pieces that never go out of fashion and with our combinations can become more trendy than ever.

There are very beautiful vintage shops with iconic pieces of luxury brands, but also beautiful unsigned clothing. The positive aspect of vintage is the absolutely affordable price of the items on sale and, if you choose an ad hoc store, you will be able to find clothing in very good condition and very current.

When we choose our piece we must have in mind how we would like to match it and if we already have the missing part in our wardrobe to complete our outfit. It would be a shame to choose something that will remain unused in our closet.

Vintage suede skirt

When I saw this suede skirt at Aloe&Wolf  shop in Siena, I knew from the first moment that it would be mine.

In dark brown suede, wrap-around with a belt at the waist and ankle length , in short, the ideal leather skirt.

As soon as I saw it I already had two or three combinations in mind. When I measured it unfortunately it was a little tight, but I decided that I would be helped by my friend seamstress to improve the fit.

The color and the length made me think of the western style, Calamity Jane type. With this style in mind I immediately looked for my light blue bag with fringes that would have been perfect with the shirt with cockerels.

 At this point the long honey-colored knit cardigan as a coat and the brown and gold sandals with wide heels (if you prefer, the camperos boots are the best choice) to complete the outfit.

The extra touches are the hoop earrings and the tortoise-shell glasses.

I wear

skirt vintage

shirt La Double J

coat Hache

bag J.W. Andersen

sandals Dries Van Noten

rings Marco Bicego

earrings Angela Caputi

sunglasses Illesteva

photo Alice Turchini

Rita Palazzi
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