Wednesday, July 10

Gatsby Style Fashion

Thanks to the recent release of Baz Luhrmann’s hotly anticipated adaptation of The Great Gatsby, the 1920s are roaring back into fashion. And with art deco, fringes, feathers, and fine jewellery in abundance, this trend is as decadent as Jay Gatsby himself.


You don’t have to go full-on flapper to be part of the Gatsby glamour. Drop waists and headpieces are all very dazzling, but are in danger of looking too costume- party on the high street. Opt for a muted colour palette (champagne, darling?) and flattering fits and the style will see you through to the festive season. Channel your inner Daisy Buchanan with these items from Fever London vintage-inspired collection:


1. Jazz Shift Dress



It’s in the name here- a Jazz Age inspired design. The classic and clean shape of this dress offsets the opulence of its metallic gold detailing, resulting in a stunning and totally wearable take on Gatsby fashion. Team with 1920s style T-bar sandals, drop earrings and lashings of black eyeliner.



2. Opal Empire Gown


Wow in this divine ethereal vintage inspired gown. It is 100% silk and perfect for a special occasion; sure to make you feel you’re as carefree and captivating as Daisy was to Jay (or Zelda to Fitzgerald). Wear with a floral head garland for added boho, or with dark matt red lipstick for evening. You don’t need much jewellery with a dress this sensational.



3. The Rowland Shirt



The Rowland shirt is a great choice if you prefer separates, or want something even more casual. Give your work wear a Gatsby twist by wearing this chiffon blouse with an A-line skirt, or cigarette pants and brogues. Wear with gold eyeshadow, a side parting and loose waves. Go for kohl rimmed eyes or red lips for evening glam. And don’t forget the glitter. Now go get your Charleston on!


For more vintage-inspired designs by Fever have a look at www.feverdesigns.co.uk. Alternatively, pop into one of their nearest stores. Find your nearest one here.


9 comments:

Helen Le Caplain said...

LOVE that silk dress it's absolutely gorgeous!

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Stephanie / Cocochic said...

Looove the shirt!

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Kezzie said...

Helllo! Love that silk dress! Would make a nice wedding dress! Alas, I already have one!!! But my headdress is very Great Gatsby!!!x

Ofelia said...

The Rowland Shirt is new to me, I would wear it with some soft pink pants.

Heather said...

so pretty I really want to see that movie :) the gown is stunning!! Love Heather

miss b said...

The long silk dress is so pretty and feminine. A flattering colour too.
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Hippy At Heart said...

really love the style of that area, flapper dresses and headbands are my thing right now for accasional wear!

CameronPoe2409 said...

I love the dress but I definitely want to Roland shirt! I love the gatsby look, I saw the Tiffany's Gatsby jewellery collection and its gorgeous, I am loving the twenties right now xx

Sharon S said...

Hi everyone-such lovely comments, thank you all so much xxx

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