Vintage shopping is always so rewarding, whether you end up buying something or not. There is a certain feeling you get sifting through gorgeous clothing, knowing that each piece has a story. So, typically, you fall in love with a special item or two, get home, and stare at it almost as if you've never laid eyes on it before in your life. In other words, knowing how to style vintage clothing is a whole feat on its own.
In order to gain some general knowledge on the matter, we turned to a handful of the most stylish fashion bloggers we know for expert tips on how to style vintage clothing. Whether it be a vintage Chanel chain belt or a '60s-inspired blouse, these ladies are quite keen to make any vintage piece of their choosing look extremely forward. Are you ready to learn from the pros?
Go on to find out the best ways to style vintage clothing, according to these fashion bloggers.
When your vintage accessories are more retro than usual like this chain belt, pair them with mod items like this knit dress and structural shoes.
On Courtney Trop: Veda dress; Vintage blouse; vintage Chanel belt; Balenciaga pumps.
Don't let timeless pieces like this leather coat feel dated—slip them over of-the-moment items like a graphic tee, ripped jeans, and glitter boots.
On Kellie Brown: Vintage coat; Catherine's jeans.
Similar to the last look, contrast the timelessness of a jacket like this with flirty counterparts like a silk slip dress and bright loafers.
On Pandora Sykes: Vintage jacket; Tenfold Los Angeles tee; NK iMode dress; Gucci Jordaan Leather Loafer ($695).
Bring faded and worn band tees back to life with exciting extras like this sequin skirt and statement sneakers.
On Sara Escudero: Vintage tee; Zara skirt; Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Sneakers "Super Star" Del Piel 20mm ($460).
A slip dress is the perfect way to offset a bold and silky blouse. Pairing the combination with textured boots creates a cohesive look that is easy to throw together.
On Taylr Anne: Vintage blouse; Grana Silk V-Neck Slip Dress ($79); ATP boots.
Vintage sweaters look extremely current when used to create a monochromatic ensemble. We love how Natalie used her accessories to give the outfit some edge.
Play off the vintage vibes of jeans like these with punchy toppers like this gingham tube top and bright red jacket. Adorable floral sandals never hurt either.
On Chloe Hill: Vale Denim Earth Layers Jacket Red Denim ($168); The Coop Rubiks Tube Top ($58); Vintage jeans; Burberry The Medium Rucksack in Technical Nylon and Leather ($1250); Manolo Blahnik pumps.
What are some of your favorite vintage purchases of all time? Let us know in the comments below!