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Vintage silk

By | April 30th 2011

BY Crystal Okusa

Soft and silk textured, high-neck with bows or ribbons, some donned with lapel collars and most are curved in to hug your arm with the long sleeves.

Designed in the 1960s and embraced further in the 1970s, the blouses worked well to flatter the mini-skirts and lady-like bellbottoms.

These blouses are the new trend from the fashion eras following closely after the puffy multi-coloured mini-skirts. With the reinvention of fashion, you can pair your vintage blouses with not only your work clothes but casually with your pairs of jeans and tight fitting skirts for the evening dates.

Play around with colours for the vintage to blend in with the new trendy street fashion. Pair these with skyrocketing heels for a more appealing style.

Embrace this style, as it has a way of bringing out the classic elegant lady in you!

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