Luckily for us, the principles of jazz age architecture are being revisited by fashion right now.
Who knew the Chrysler building could be worn as a sweater? A graphic interpretations in two colors makes it easy to pair with the rest of your wardrobe.
Tucks, seams and sequins create a tonal statement reminiscent of beaded flapper dresses. Surface embellishments are a gorgeous way to add interest to a piece if you’re wary of prints or patterns.
The Deco era was defined by over the top design. A hood ornament of a necklace pays homage to the sentiment while being infinitely wearable with everything from LBDs to t shirts.
The sculptural components of Deco design lend themselves beautifully to cuffs. A dramatic cuff is a “must have” for every wardrobe in my book. It’s such an easy way to add excitement to an everyday outfit. If the Deco era is your favorite, then stock up on new pieces or keep an eye out for a one of a kind vintage piece.
Just as a side note, even hangers were gorgeous back in the day!
Need help deciding what your perfect pieces are? Contact me for help building a seamless wardrobe that you look and feel amazing wearing.