Vintage jewelry 60/70s

vintageshoesTime for my inspiration of the month!

Especially i fell in love with vintage jewlery like 60/70s charm brancelet. I’ve always loved to collect vintage projects but my last shopping booty is that vintage gem. I fully fixated on unique details, shapes of that jewlry. In my opinion this jewelry’s design is totally timeless and unrepeatable. Please check out photos below with my all vintage inspirations 🙂 Main characters of my post are definately vintage shoes by Hogl, jewelry from Safripsti shop and brancelet 60/70s design. I was trying to capture all nice details for you.

 

 

 

PS. All best for you during this difficult time

 

 

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Vintage shoes by Hogl


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My favourite vintage earrings from Safripsti Vintage Shop Warsaw


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Vintage jewlry by Cartier


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Flared trousers

MY FAVOURITE FLARED TROUSERS, SIMPLE WHITE TOP + VINTAGE GOLD ACCESSORIES

 

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Prada Fairy Collection Printed Flared Runway Pants, 2008 2

 

Prada Fairy Collection Printed Flared Runway Pants, 2008

Prada Fairy Collection Printed Flared Runway Pants, 2008


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VERSACE 1993


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Balmain Blue Denim Medium Wash Gold Button Detail High Waist Flared Jeans S

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1970s Alley Cat By Betsey Johnson Red Vintage High Waisted Flared Bell Bottom

1970s Alley Cat By Betsey Johnson


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More fabulous fashion here 🙂 Women flared trousers

PUFF SLEEVE

puffed sleevesWelcome all of you after my break blogging! Hope that New Year will brings to me more inspiration, time and energy for new creative posts 🙂 Today I want to show you my love for puff sleeves, I’m also a big fun of old school in fashion and designs from XX or XXI cetury. That’s why I want to present you unique fashion projects from XIX century to present times. The puff sleeve emerged in the Renaissance, but its popularity would ebb and flow even past the Edwardian age. The puff sleeves were either a short ¾ length or full length sleeves gathered at the top or bottom. The puffed sleeve was a hyper feminine style that would go through many transformations. But  How were the puffs achieved? The sleeves would be lined with stiffened fabric. I chose some examples which you’ll find below.

I like the scene in Anne Of Green Gables movie about puff sleeve – I’m a big fun of this humorous and poignant story, please watch my attachment below from movie directed by Kevin Sullivan. Second half of the XIXth century, Avonlea on Prince Edward Island (fictional town) and need to own spectacular puff sleeves 🙂 My version of puff sleeves is more subtle than example from Anne 😀 I’ve chosen beige suit and golden accesories. Below you will find also one of my favoruite modern projects like coat by Jean Charles de’ Castelbajac or top by Hardy Amies with puff sleeves motive.

 

Anne Shirley’s Puff Sleeve Dress from Sullivan Entertainment on Vimeo.

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Satirical graphic about fashion in 1890s


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Summer Polka-dot Dress, 1890s


INSPIRATION

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Yohji yamamoto – 1990s


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Jean Charles de’ Castelbajac


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Vintage Hardy Amies Evening Top For Sale

Hardy Amies, 1990s


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Yves Saint Laurent Puff Sleeve Double Breasted Jacket For Sale

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THE ROYAL ŁAZIENKI MUSEUM in Warsaw

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André Jean Le Brun (1737-1811), Dancing Satyr, 1780


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Calder, Picasso and my purple dress

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Pora na fiolet, koszyk i trochę sztuki! Przybywam do Was z moją ostatnią miłością czyli vintage koszykiem z którym ostatnio w ogóle się rozstaje 🙂 Grubo pleciony w geometryczne wzory z ręcznie wykonanymi uchwytami z drewna to mój must have tego lata. Nigdy nie byłam wielką fanką fiołkowego fioletu, jednak w zestawieniu z jasnym koszykiem i butami w kolorze burgundu zaczęłam się powoli do niego przekonywać – kwestia dodatków zawsze potrafi namieszać! Poniżej kilka zdjęć mojego zestawu oraz ostatnia inspiracja czyli twórczość Picassa i Caldera. Odwiedzając ostatnio z aparatem piękny budynek Musee National Picasso Paris – Muzeum Picassa w Paryżu starałam się uchwycić niesamowitą twórczość zarówno samego Pablo Picassa jak i Caldera, na którego prace również tam trafiłam 🙂 W muzeum tym odnajdziecie wiele prac tego hiszpańskiego mistrza z różnych okresów jego twórczości – są to obrazy olejne ale także rzeźby czy wycinanki. Jeśli odwiedzicie to miejsce do 25 sierpnia to idealna okazja zobaczyć wystawę Calder-Picasso ukazującą w bardzo ciekawy sposób dwie jakże różnorodne percepcje sztuki. Poniżej załączam dla Was kilka zdjęć z niniejszej wystawy – Czy sądzicie, że istnieje wspólny mianownik w twórczości tych artystów? Chodź prace amerykańskiego artysty, który pozostawił po sobie wiele kinetycznych rzeźb ale także obrazów czy miniaturowych druków są zdecydowanie odmienne w wyrazie niż prace Pabla to sądzę, że twórczość ich obojga krzyżuje się w bardzo ciekawym miejscu…

It’s time for violet, basket and some art! I’m here for you with my last love – vintage basket witch I can’t stop wear 🙂 Strongly braided in geometric patterns with hand-made wooden handles – it’s absolutely my must have this summer. I’ve never been a big fan of violet purple, but in combination with the vintage basket and burgundy shoes, I slowly began persuade to him – the issue of accessories is always confusing! Below you’ll find some photos of my set and the last inspiration, there are works by Picasso and Calder. Recently during my visit in the beautiful building of the Musee National Picasso Paris – Picasso Museum in Paris, I tried to capture the amazing works of Pablo Picasso and suprisly also of Calder, whose work I found there too 🙂 In this museum you will find many works of this Spanish master from different periods of his artistic path – there are oil paintings but also sculptures or cut-outs. If you want to visit this place until August 25, it is brilliant opportunity to admire the Calder-Picasso exhibition which shows in a very interesting way two different perceptions for art. Below I attached some photos from this exhibition for you – Do you think that there is a common denominator in the work of these artists? Despite of that art of an American artist who created many kinetic sculptures but also paintings or miniature prints is definitely different in the way of expression than Pablo’s works, I think that their work is crossing in a very interesting place …


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