Hiyaaa, me again. Today I'm talking about ways to dress vintage style even if you don't feel like spending all your money on clothes. Feel free to share if you have any other tips and ideas! Btw, most of the pictures shown in the video are from my instagram: http://www.instagr.am/eleonoraamalia
Video Rating: / 5

19 Responses to 5 Tips on Wearing Vintage Style on A Budget

  • Christianne McLaverty says:

    👘🎀👙👜💄The right under-pinnings & accessories really can make an outfit; great tip😊

  • Barbara Davis says:

    Random tip: For my school uniform (if your school allows this), I style ot with a pearl necklace (fake pearls I'm cheap lmao) some earings, saddle shoes, and vintage-looking socks. I would do vintage hair but I suck at it😂

  • Mijita Chula says:

    Unfortunately in Mexico they know how expensive it should be so vintage thrifted clothes are considered luxury wear and vintage clothing shops end up being more like museums rather than shops. It’s cheaper to have reproduction pieces made to measure but you would still need to save for that.

  • J R says:

    I'm so happy to I found your channel! I recently got into 1940s fashion, I just love the classy style of this decade. As I was writing this, Mango has got some very beautiful 40s style dresses! Sadly, the thrift shops available in my area mainly have stuff from ~1970 :c

  • Mysticlover Fairy says:

    ModCloth is also a good place to get vintage like clothes I have yet to order from them but I found some great outfits that will work for vintage.

  • Eve Maureen says:

    The fact that you showed your 2 years ago pic gives me much more confidence ❤️

  • normal people scare me says:

    she's glowing

  • Rohan Leigh says:

    when you have your hair like that you look like peggy carter from captain america

  • Andy's Antiks says:

    https://youpickitup.com. Code Promo -10% = NEWSYOU

  • gill426 says:

    Awesome! Thank you so much for those ideas. I generally like to look at your style and to hear you talk, it's one of the vintage pleasures! 😀
    @Karolina Żebrowska What music titles are playing in the background of this video and what celebrities are on the pictures on the wall behind you? I think I identified Rita Hayworth, Charlie Chaplin and i think maybe Fred Astaire? (I love Fred&Ginger so that would be awesome !) It would be really great if you could answer.
    Please continue making your videos, they're superb! ♡

  • Patricia the booke says:

    I love vintage clothes from the forties decade.

  • kl meyer says:

    some very good ideas. bullet bras are too scary for me though as i was beaten over the head by the breast fairy during puberty.

  • Sam Bluh says:

    Soo what if a pregnant woman wants to dress vintage 😛

  • Elisa Bisignano says:

    Grandparent's clothes are a goldmine ❤️
    Recently I got gifted with like… six or seven vintage purses and I was in HEAVEN.

  • Transphorm Mandy says:

    Bullet bras work well for smaller chests. Larger chests it is not practical.

  • Grace Prda says:

    THIS HAIR LOOK IS SO STUNNING

  • Katie McGowan says:

    This is SUCH a great video. I just wanted to add one more idea- Amazon. I know, some of my vintage pals are quaking in their petticoats, but hear me out. Vintage can be expensive and difficult to shop for if you are a bigger gal (like me!). A lot of vintage clothes weren't made for plus sized ladies, so, looking for real vintage can be a challenge, and vintage reconstructions can be pretty pricey. My advice to people who are starting to transition to vintage style is to get a few circle skirts, petticoats, swing dresses, and blouses on Amazon. They are relatively inexpensive, come in a variety of sizes, and can be really nice quality. You won't find everything on there (I can't, for the life of me, find a good princess coat!) but you can find some basics and if you don't like them or they don't fit, it is an easy return. You should still look at vintage/thrift stores because you never know what you might find, but look online too! Good luck!

  • Heidi Michel says:

    thanks for the video!
    PS you look adorable <3

  • arxsyn says:

    I really admire your personal style! It takes a lot of effort, time and money. People back then always looked classy. I think it's because clothes back then were fitted and tailored.

    Personally l find it waaay easier to emulate things from the sixties and seventies as many modern day pieces (ie fast fashion) work with it. It shall helps l have had hand-me downs from those times. I have dead straight hair and l know nothing about hair at all. I do own a straightening iron.

    I am high waisted myself and l agree, it's horrible how hard it is to find high waisted pants! I only have 1 pair of high waisted trousers of which l am so reluctant to wear it because it's also hard to find nice (dressy, classy) cropped items to pair with it. Ugh. Sigh.

Sponser

.

You Count

Caetgories

Twitter Stuff