On my recent visit to Closet 1951, a designer consignment boutique in Cow Hollow, (for a meeting to plan my summer trunk show coming June 15th, save the date to shop my latest vintage eye-candy !) whose pieces I have featured on the blog before, I spotted a drop-dead velvet maxi in richly colored Art Deco style floral motif.
Velvet was a big trend on the Spring 2016 runways and this DVF skirt struck me as a versatile piece that will easily transition from day to night, and will be ideal for the cooler temps in the fall. To balance skirt’s length, I went with a neutral spaghetti strap top. A brass gypsy-chic cabochon set necklace perfectly picks up the colors of the skirt. A python clutch and sky high wedges stand up the the statement maxi.
Top: Rebecca Taylor: Closet 1951, contact email@example.com, (similar here )/ Skirt: DVF, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, (similar here) / Bag: Chanel, contact email@example.com, similar here / Shoes: Pura Lopez, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, (similar here) / Necklace: Sasha Maks Vintage, here / Rings: personal collection.
Photography by Jennymay Villarete
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