So back in December last year I wrote a post on a peasant-style cropped blouse I purchased and played crazy mix and match with. Here’s the second part of the post featuring all the rest of the outfits I styled with this retro gingham blouse. Hopefully, this and the previous post will give everyone some ideas for doing wardrobe remix and for creating simple, retro 1950s pin-up/rockabilly style with basic pieces from your wardrobe!
And here’s how you can remix a top like this gingham peasant blouse. You can..
1. Pop on a pair of high-waisted shorts in a coordinating colour
2. Squeeze into a pencil skirt in a contrasting colour
3. Fool around in a circle skirt
There, it’s as easy as ABC! You know what, I even have a circle skirt in a similar gingham print and I’m hoping to wear that skirt with this blouse together one day. I did try it once but it seemed a bit too much at that point… We’ll see how that goes again!
I hope everyone has had fun reading this series wardrobe remix posts. I am planning to do more of such posts in the future. There’s only so much clothes my wardrobe can contain but the days for OOTDs are endless…
Do you like doing wardrobe remixes or capsule wardrobes? I’d love to hear from everyone!