I often believe that I was born in the wrong era. While other little girls were dressing up like disney princesses for Halloween, I was dressing in flapper dresses and vintage outfits inspired by the burlesque era and the 60’s. I loved to prance around with feathers in my hair, silk white gloves on my hands, and lots of sequins on my shoes. When it comes to my idea of glamour in fashion and decor in present day, I adore antique jewelry and accessories along with vintage inspired furniture and accents.
As much as I would love to walk around wearing nothing but 20’s & 60’s fashion, others might question the reality I live in. Do you have the same issue? Well, thanks to Eva Mae Garnet, a local San Diego Burlesque dancer with an iconic eye for style, my childhood dreams have come true! We introduce to you 3 simple ways to add glamour into your life for the perfect touch of vintage class! Click the video below and don’t forget to watch in HD!
3 Simple Ways to Add Glamour into Your Life w/ Eva Mae Garnet Feat. Bad Madge
- Vintage or Faux Fur
- Add Elegance with Hats
- Decorate Your Space with Inspiring Decor
Vintage or Faux Fur
Nothing says vintage like a faux fur bolero! A statement piece like this can turn any casual dress into an adored outfit for an evening soiree! Pair it with some silk gloves and you will turn heads of all the dapper fellows in the room.
Add Elegance with Hats
Hats can add glamour to any look with minimal effort! Curl your hair with jazzy curls and pair with either a primerose, cloche or fedora hat!
Decorate Your Space with Inspiring Decor
If you like to travel, put your photos in antique frames or if you love music, add a vintage turntable to your entertainment center or bookcase. Whatever motivates or inspires you, make your home resemble that feeling and image.
Adding glamour into your life is pretty simple. Create a style that makes you feel confident and glamour will shine threw!
Special thank you to Bad Madge for allowing us to feature their vintage gems in this video and to A.L. Squared Productions for the video!