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Retro Look for Women

How to Achieve A Retro Look For Women.

Retro defines something that is reminiscent of the past, causing individuals to remember and ponder about completed years. Retro is also a trendy new style of women’s fashion being inspired by the 1940s, 50s and 60s.

retro look for women

Model: Bernie Dexter, Photo: Levi Dexter
Thx to: Rockabilly-clothing.de

A famous retro look for women is the polka dot vintage dress. The dress will have a tight-upper half that accentuates the bust and hour-glass figure while the bottom usually flows down and outwards.

The most common retro look for women include wiggle dresses, wrap dresses, pencil skirts, empire lined dresses, full skirt dresses, pea coats, hosiery from the forties and fifties and vintage swimwear. Retro is normally categorized into these three categories: pin-up, rockabilly and sixties chic.

Pin-up retro styles are generally based off of the the 1940s, most likely during Word War II for the fact that pin-up girls were a brief escape for soldiers. Rockabilly is named after the unique genre of music in the fifties called rockabilly. While, sixties chic is pretty self-explanatory. The 1960s was a time for straighter and boxer styles of clothing, gogo dancers and funky shapes and patterns.

Achieving a retro look for women has become easier due to modern technology. More and more vintage loving fashion designers are marketing their goods for ladies all around the world to enjoy. Online shops such as: ModCloth, Bettie Page, Trashy Diva, Pinup-Fashion, Retro Glam, Get Go Retro, Unique Vintage, I Love Vintage, Red Dress Shoppe, Daddy-os, Pinup Girl Clothing, Queen of Heartz, Laquaintrelle and Lolita Girl Clothing are excellent retro clothing sources.

A retro lady must remember to do her homework on the other elements of retro fashion as well. Hair, make-up and accessories are all equally important. Hair of the 1940’s and 1950s were usually gently curled and waved, take Bettie Page, Judy Garland and Lucille Ball as prime examples. The fifties was also known for it’s pompadours and ponytails and bandanas. The 1960s has a decade of daring and stiff hair styles. The most famous and well known being the bouffant and the beehive. Accurate representations of vintage hair, make-up and fashion is how a person can achieve a retro look for women.