How to Get the Vintage Look this Monsoon

As one sings into the tune”Rain drops falling on my head” monsoon fashion brings the smell of fresh rose and victorian beauty. One of the most fashionable Victorian era comes in a new package with vintage accessories and style this 2013 monsoons.

Umbrellas

Umbrellas are the most important part of the monsoon. Get rid of the boring solid black or white or branded umbrellas. Get quirky and flaunt colours in style. A white laced umberalla or floral printed are designs which are upmarket and looks good. For the Indian touch, Rajasthani and Delhi style are some trends to follow.

Sheer Bags

Bags are the one of must haves in summer to carry the windshields of the rain. A great translucent or sheer bags are must. Although the world can see your necessities in the bag, but its a good way to flaunt all your brands.

Jhumkas and Neckpieces

Earpieces attracts the maximum looks and enhances the look. Junk jewellery, or designs from the movie Jodha Akbar movie has been trending this season. Jhumkas or long earpiece in floral, circles or hoops brings back the old 90s and early 80s essence.

Shoes

Pump shoes, flip flop, wedge heels made of plastic ow wooden finishing are some of the styles on the shoe rack.

Lace Dress

Dresses made of lace looks good in every season. Moving the time and design, lace is all over this season with laced decorated shoes, bags, dresses, etc. Lacing defines the elegance of class and victorian piece.

Plazos

Remember Zeenat Aman’s white plazo in the song ‘hura liya hai jo tumne?’ This vintage style has come up again in mix of colours. Polka dots, stripes, prints, bold colours, all the prints have made its impression on the rains. Easy to wear and maintain during the rains.

Bangles

In the early 21st century, wrist bands and bracelets had replaced the essence of bangles. coming back to the time, strking of bangles are up in the market in varied colours. Team it up with a pair of jeans or long skirt of the Zeenat Aman look, it will rock the victorian era in 2013.

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