As you've probably already seen by now, the 1920's are roaring back into style, especially thanks to the announcement that Baz Luhrmann would be remaking the beloved F. Scott Fitzgerald novel The Great Gatsby. Runway shows revisited the era with deco-beaded dresses, fringed accessories, and pearls. We've put together some of our favorite items that take inspiration from the 1920's and the beautiful costumes worn by Mia Farrow in the 1974 adaption. (We can't wait to see what they put Carey Mulligan in for the new remake, out in December!)
Merchant Archive Vintage 1920's Tabard Dress: perfect for the start to any 1920's outfit, this loose and beaded dress will have you dancing all night anywhere in the world just like Daisy does in Charleston.
Darling Vintage Brown Fur Stole: Everyone needs a little fur in the life, faux or real. With this vintage fur stole you will feel glamourous and like you came straight out of the '20s.
House of Lavande Vintage Pearl Necklace: The roarin' twenties were all about things swingin' and this tassel pearl necklace will help you do just that. Drape around your neck once or wrap around for part choker style; either way this will add a touch of Daisy to any outfit.
Kate Spade Peacock Lane Kenessa Clutch: Gold with a design of faux feathers, both a major part of fashion in the 1920's. This little but powerful clutch will help carry around all your little trinkets.
House of Lavande Vintage Pearl and Diamante Earrings: Sparkle was all the rage in the Jazz Era and Daisy loved it. Bring out your inner Daisy and make sure your pearl has a little bit of diamante to accent it. These vintage earrings are sure to make a statement on your ears.
Emilio Pucci Raffia and Patent-leather T-bar Pumps: These pumps will finish off your perfect Daisy Buchanan inspired outfit in the chicest way. Modern yet with a vintage feel, your feet will be getting all the attention in these.
Christy's Hats White Cloche Hat: Perfect for an afternoon brunch or a day at the races, this topper would give any outfit a chic nod to the 1920's.Tweet