Fashion’s renewed love affair with upholstery dressing continues into F/W in the form of tapestry coats and jackets.
This granny-esc fabric ruled the runways at top designers like Celine, Loewe, Acne Studios, and Gucci.
The key to tapestry-inspired dressing is to ease into it. You don’t want to look like you stole your g-ma’s sofa, drapes and rug to get dressed. Since these pieces tend to skew a little extra, you don’t want to wear them all at once. Think of each as a hero item that can help elevate an otherwise classic look. It should be THE statement piece to your look.
The best part about this straight from the runway new season trend? It looks even better with secondhand pieces.
Designers often look to vintage pieces and styles from yester-year to get inspiration for their collections so why not rock an original!
According to The Business of Fashion‘s State of Fashion Report 2020, sustainability is one of the 10 biggest themes in fashion this year.
Shopping secondhand is by far one of the most cost-efficient ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable. Plus it’s a sure-fire way to ensure you are rockin’ something totally unique.
When you pick up something in a vintage store, you know you’ll never see another soul in the same item. There’s also nothing better than the thrill of coming across a gem hidden in a heaving rack of clothing.
What I’m Wearing: Vintage Tapestry Jacket | Free People Boots | Marc Jacobs Saddlebag | Unique Vintage Blouse| Plaid Midi Skirt | Vintage Belt
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