Some of my favorite ways to spend my free time are perusing antique shops and scouring for vintage items online. I have a particular fascination with the 30’s-50’s due to the very classic nature of these pieces and their unique lines. While I would love nothing more than to buy all these magnificent items, I will do the second best thing …share!
The June bride! The month of June was named after the Roman God of marriage, Juno. Any young superstitious bride would have wanted their day to be blessed. Many superstitions or traditions are still a part of contemporary weddings.
“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” With weddings so deeply rooted in the past it would stand to reason to take a glimpse back at some fabulous vintage fashion wedding
This amazing Vintage Christian Dior wedding dress was featured in Vogue magazine and I’m sure you can see why. The amazing details are what make this mint green & ivory classic pop. These include a cathedral train of english tulle with cumberband and a flowered bussel. Click on the link for more amazing photos.
Any bride would be blessed to wear any of these vintage jewels on their wedding day. With prices ranging from $29.99 – $85 there is one perfect for every budget.
I fell in love with the understated elegance of this dress. Gorgeous soutache detailing on the top and sleeves plus a little keyhole design on the back make this dress unique. This is the kind of dress that inspires me to renew my vows.
The right dress is nothing without the right accessories. This lucite purse is in great condition and is sure to get noticed.
What an amazing 1950’s wedding dress. This dress has beautifully detailed chiffon straps with pearl accents & soutache trim.
Last but most definitely not least is this stunning satin wedding dress that would give contemporary designers a run for their money. This amazing 1958 dress has a fabulous 1″ trim of rhinestones & pearls around the neckline.
I hope you have enjoyed this second edition of Vintage Fashion Finds. As always your feedback is appreciated.