29 October 2013

Vintage Chic




‘I don’t look back, it distracts from the now’


Hi everyone, hope you're all doing great and off to a productive week. I've been doing great! my days are full of happiness and joy and it has something to do with the fact that I am doing exactly what I love. Being a writer and contributor for the National newspaper- The Gleaner, and being able to inspire women (and men) about dressing well and feeling good about themselves has been very rewarding. In the process it gives me a platform to teach anything I know and it is such a blessing- plus I get to play dress up and meet some pretty cool people ;)

I give God thanks and I am grateful for everything that I have been through in my life that has lead me to this point. The good, the bad and the in between. 



I always like to mix vintage pieces with new pieces because it adds uniqueness to my look and I think that if we adhere to this principle it prevents us from looking like we bought everything off a manequin in a store. Also, my vintage pieces all have a little story to them and the nostalgia warms my heart. These pants are by Jean Paul Gaultier and I got them when I was the manager of a thrift shop in Richmond Hill. I totally lucked out and screamed with joy when I saw them hanging for a mere $8, of course I grabbed them up. 

Here I mixed the never-fail monochromatic combo with classic pearls for softness and a snake choker to toughness. For contrast against the vintage high-waist pants I went with a sexy backless bodysuit and popped the look with a trendy metal-face spiked belt and envelope clutch. 
 


 Vintage Pants: Jean Paul Gaultier / Top- bodysuit: Jeng Beng (similar)
Belt: ASOS- sold out, try this
Clutch: Trendsetters Collection / Hat, snake choker and pearls: Vintage
Cuff: Shimmer, Kingston
On My Lips: Sephora Brand lip liner in Plum

  [ PHOTOS BY : M.M.M ]

These photos were taken for a magazine that I'm being featured in, but because there is a slight fault in the shots I didn't submit them, see if you can spot the problem :p Thanks to Michelle and Andy who allowed us to use their home for the location site.
Thanks for following my darlings! Also, just a reminder that I am available for image consultation, closet editing, and styling services. Don't be afraid to shoot me an email if you're interested natalieoutar@gmail.com

 Natalia Oh!
xoxo 
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3 comments:

  1. Like I said on IG. You look absolutely amazing!! Love this look!!

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  2. Just found your blog and I'm already a Fan. I will be following via Bloglovin, when you get a chance come visit & leave me a comment.
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