Vintage apparels are transcendental, but they should not be taken solely at face value. There’s nothing worse than settling for second-hand clothes only because you’re after the retro look. And you have to be extra careful in picking out swimsuits because you never know where, or who, they came from. However, vintage inspired pieces could be your best bet. They’re brand new, sanitary, and vibrant remembrances of the past. Just keep a look out for textured fabrics, knitted bikinis, intricate lace patters, unique sarongs, and snug boy shorts. For a better look, let us revisit the not-too-distant past of vintage and their modern day representations, shall we?The 50’s was all about abstract expressionism, duck tail dos, hula hoops, Chevrolets, and above all else, the inimitable Marilyn Monroe. If that golden era was a colossal multi-tiered cake, Norma Jeane was the cherry on top of it. Who could forget her diabolical blowing skirt pose, that sultry open-mouth smile, or her controversial relationships with Joe DiMaggio, Arthur Miller, and JFK. Not only was she a Hollywood icon, her sense of fashion was also the talk of the town even to the present. Resurrect the 1950’s glam by taking key pieces and fashion… Read full this story
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