finding warm vintage clothes can be difficult.
I don't know why but for men, it's often the reverse!
It's much more easy to find heavy wool jackets than thin gabardine ones!
Sylvain's winter wardrobe is much more full than his summer one...
Cold don't afraid him!
Did you notice Sylvain fresh haircut? I'm his hairdresser :-)
For girls, mainly L size girls like me, it's difficult to built a vintage winter wardrobe!
So be creative!!!
Why not wearing men's stuf????
I bought this 40's red cardigan for my husband...
But when it arrived, it fitted me better than him!
I was really in love, it's so warm!
Flanel body and knitted sleeves!
I'm pretty sure it was designed for men because of its right side closure, but who cares?
Another idea to keep your head warm with cold wind...
This large heavy silk square seems to be a perfect 40's style turban!
That's just one of my souvenir from Venice, not even vintage!
I know, I promised you a tutorial to make this kind of turbans with scarves... I will try to share one soon!
Another advice, this skirt is from a 50's suit, if you don't have many winter separates, wear one time the full suit and after just the skirt or just the jacket with other separates and you will have 3 different outfits with the same one!
For winter try to use bright accessories to fight vintage blues!
Black is always elegant but with this red brooch, it's even more classy!!!
Last details, shoes!
Miss L Fire from their last year collection bought on sale!
It will be soon boots time and it will be less fancy...
Do you wear sometime men's clothes?
Do you have some advices for cute winter outfits?