This is the space where we chat about trends I think we should try, and how I plan on wearing them. Sometimes, the pieces I suggest are not really trends, sometimes I’m already trying them, sometimes I’m not. I love fashion and investment pieces, and I have a complicated relationship with trends-even the ones I love. What can I say?
This month, we aren’t really chatting trends. But I’m still calling it “Trend to Try”-go figure!
As part of our month long birthday celebration (see here and our other giveaway here), we’re giving away 2 (yes, TWO) vintage dresses!
How are vintage dresses a trend? Fair question. As you may have caught on, I’m a huge fan of vintage. I love mixing it with modern pieces, I love wearing it in different ways. I love making it my own. That may not be a “trend”, but it’s my style. Is your style a trend? Maybe, maybe they go hand in hand. Or maybe not. That’s a huge, and worthy, discussion for another time. Now, you’re just wondering how to get your hands on the goods and what a vintage dress giveaway has to do with a “trend to try”, right?
Pink lace with satin tie, measurements: Bust: 36 Waist: 26 Hips: Open
Black lace dress with bow. bust: 34 Waist: 24 Hips open.
The downside and the upside of this vintage dress giveaway? These are real pieces from my closet. I’ve worn them (and cleaned them). So they are my size–but hopefully yours?
Here are the Giveaway details:
So, while vintage might not be a trend, I think the way you can style it and make it your own can be trendy. I love seeing how any piece can be transformed and fit seamlessly into someone’s personal style. That’s the best kind of trendy I know. Here’s how you can win one of these beauties to make your own!
*Let me know how you would style it. From shoes to accessories, I want to know how you would make one of these vintage numbers your own!
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* Good Luck! The winners t all of our birthday giveaways will be announced next week (yes, you can still enter the t-shirt giveaway!)
If these dresses are not your size: you can tell a friend, or if you love them and want to cut them up to make them your own, we want to hear about that too!
Thank you for your support and I can’t wait to hear about how you would rock these vintage dresses!