Style File: Natalie Courtois Vintage at Hybrid Boutique – 1930’s Ivory Bolero | Lady Loves Fashion

Everyone knows that a simple shrug, cardigan or cropped cardi / bolero can transform a simple outfit in a matter of seconds.

I have embarked upon a styling project with fashion maven Natalie Courtois and her vintage label, Natalie Courtois Vintage.
I have always been intrigued by vintage fashion, there is a story to tell behind the clothes. Not to mention the endless opportunities to add a little bit of individuality to your style.

I am not one for dressing vintage from head to toe, I prefer to mix and match. Which is why styling pieces from Natalie Courtois Vintage with my every day items of clothing is so exciting.

This cute 1930’s Bolero has exquisite style and is tailored to perfection. Subtle details on the fabric just add to the overall look of this Vintage Bolero. Simple beading and intricate lace detail make this a great little wardrobe accessory.

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What I’m wearing:
1930’s Ivory Bolero £35 – Hybrid Boutique, Black 3/4 Sleeve Crop Top & Printed Mini Skirt – Urban OutfittersChelsea Boots – PrimarkSunglasses – Hybrid BoutiqueHouse Of Harlow Inspired Headband – eBay.

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