I must say that it's sometimes not easy to wear vintage with snow and freezing weather...
The problem is perhaps easier to resolve for men.
First things to look for when you live in our cold areas are nice vintage winter coats.
My husband is lately searching for hunting or skiing trousers to fight cold!
Vintage coats are not easy to find mainly if you are not a S size...
Often not in good condition or at crazy prices!
Having a nice looking coat is important because even if you have the most stuning dress underneath people will only see your coat... so my advice is to invest a little for a warm and elegant winter!
I quite never wear 30's clothes but Sylvain likes to switch from the 50's to the 30's.
This swing coat is from the 50's, made of gray fake fur!
Fake fur became really fashionnable in the late 50's, not for animals welfare like today but because it was amazingly cheaper!!!
This cap is repro from Mamie vintage shop, look there to find one . They are made of vintage fabrics from the 30's-50's for a more authentic look!
His vintage wool plaid jacket comes also from this amazing shop in Paris.
My dress is from the early 50's bought in a quite poor condition...
I added myself those white vintage buttons and mended it at several places.
This pattern is just perfect for a snowing day!
Look at these cuffs design, lovely!
Love my hubby's style there!!!
I must speak to you about another problem when you are wearing vintage in snow... SHOES!
My advice is to buy 40's-50's overshoes, they are easy to find on Ebay and your feet will be warm and dry!!!
Did you notice my 50's plastic earrings? SNOW FLAKES!!!
But snow doesn't have only good sides... what's your opinion, Sylvain?
Can you tell me more about your favorite winter coat?
Do you also have white landscapes lately?