As we near the 2020’s, we are beginning to see nods to the roaring twenties in modern fashion. From Free People to Gucci, elaborate beading and straighter silhouettes are taking over the runway yet again. Mix your favorite 20’s pieces with everyday staples to create a look that’s bold, modern, and whimsical for day or night.
The 1920’s vintage fashion pieces from this month’s issue are courtesy of the University of Central Missouri’s Historic Costume Collection.
A New Beginning
Paired with neutral tan booties, and a tan scarf reworked as a belt, this outfit, which features the famous straight silhouette of the 1920’s, is getting a second chance to shine.
Beauty in Simplicity
Sometimes the best outfits are the ones that are the easiest to put together. This navy dress is perfectly complemented with a matching navy belt and booties, and a long, simple necklace.
Shop Til You Drop
Beaded detail and bold cutouts straight from the 20’s, paired with today’s trendy basics, make the perfect outfit for a day of shopping.
Go all-out vintage, while incorporating the modern two-piece trend, by adding a matching skirt. Top it off with some sassy heels and a fun necklace, and you’re ready for date night.
Light Up the Night
Paired with a trendy, basic black slip, this top does all the talking. Combined with a fun pair of metallic statement shoes, this outfit is ready for a night on the town.
Dress for Success
A beaded 20’s top and detailed booties add some personality to the classic denim skirt for a casual day at the office.
Make Every Outfit Count A wisp of hair trails down her face as she kicks back. Casual meets dressy. Casual meets dressy in the best possible way with this outfit. Pair your favorite leggings or jeans with this long beaded top, throw on a pair of booties, and the outfit is complete!
Hair and Makeup by:
Grace Anderson and Tiffany Anderson
Ea’Precious Holmes, Charlotte Logan, Grace Anderson, and Tiffany Anderson
Melissa Abner, Ea’Precious Holmes, Charlotte Logan, Grace Anderson, and Tiffany Anderson
Ashley O’Rourke, RaQuell’a Smith-Collier, Stephanie Whitmore, and Madeline Osborn