March 27, 2015

Perfect Spring Pin Up Style With Style Society Blogger Rachel From Chicago Chic

 

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Hooray! It’s officially spring! While theres still a chill in the air, shopping at outdoor farmer’s markets, donning vintage sundresses, and soaking up the sun in a retro two piece bikini are just around the corner! Style Society blogger, UV Darling, and all-around gorgeous pin up doll, Rachel from Chicago Chic has a few tips for dressing for Spring and embracing your own unique style. Read below for more!

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March 12, 2015

5 Ways To Mix Prints With Style Society Blogger Kaylah From The Dainty Squid

 

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When it comes to fashion trends, styling mixed prints is definitely one of the most intimidating. As daunting as pairing the unexpected may seem, all you need are a few simple tips to get started. That’s why Style Society blogger Kaylah from The Dainty Squid is back with some easy tips to help you create a fresh, bold look for spring. Read below for more.

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March 4, 2015

How To Make Your Vintage Hair Style Last With Style Society Blogger Kristina From Twee Valley High

 

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If there is anyone who knows retro-inspired hair, from styling to maintaining cute vintage looks, its the always adorable Society blogger Kristina from Twee Valley High. She always looks pin up perfect with her signature Ronettes-inspired bouffant. This week, she shares her tips and tricks for getting the most out of a vintage-inspired hairdo. Read on for more.

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February 23, 2015

Modern Day Pin Up Style with Rachel from Chicago Chic

 

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Hello everyone! Rachel from Chicago Chic here, honored to be back for the Style Society with another guest post! I have to say the #iamunique campaign has really encouraged me to think a lot about what it means to embrace “uniqueness.” You might remember when I shared my thoughts on being a modern day pinup, and the self assurance this requires in today’s society. Taking it a step further, I’ve lately been feeling it’s so important to not try to be a replica of any specific person from the past or present that I admire. I sometimes see vintage lovers trying to encourage others to view them as Marilyn, Mansfield, Dita, etc. by repeatedly copying exact photos of these icons from the past, and I realized that I never really want to do this.

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