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Learn how to seamlessly incorporate vintage clothing and accessories into any woman's modern outfit with these fashion tips ...
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Katherine Power: Today's episode is sponsored by Aussie Hair Care, your source for great style and naturally beautiful hair.
Hillary Kerr: Welcome to WhoWhatWear TV. I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: And I am Katherine Power. Today we're going to address one of my favorite things in the world, vintage shopping.
Hillary Kerr: We'll show you how to incorporate some great vintage pieces into your wardrobe, but first let's take a look at a few celebrities who do that very well.
Female Speaker: Sienna Miller always adds a dash of retro fashion to her outfits. Seen here strolling through Beverly Hills, she wore a vintage style top with a sleek pair of skinny jeans and a bold belt for a modern look.
Rachel Bilson also knows how to incorporate vintage into her outfits. She was spotted recently in LA wearing a purple vintage dress, mixed with an of-the-moment bag by Bird, and a pair of Johnny Wujek for Modern Vintage sandals.
Katherine Power: We have a ton of great new clothes in the WhoWhatWear fashion closet, but when it comes to vintage shopping there is one place that we love to go to.
Female Speaker: When you go vintage shopping it helps to have a plan. Make a list of a few things that you are looking for, so you stay focus and you don't get sidetracked. That's one of the reasons why we love The Way We Wore. Everything here is organized by decade.
Katherine Power: A long dress like this with a really tiny print is great, and keep in mind, if it looks a little big at first glance, we can always belt it and even roll up the sleeves and it will give a totally different look.
Hillary Kerr: This blouse is beautiful, and I love the crop length. It gives it a really modern casual vibe. All we have to do is mix it with some of-the-moment pieces for a really cool look.
Katherine Power: The easiest way to bring in vintage is through a dress. So many current dresses are inspired by vintage shapes and prints. You just have to update the fit a little bit, just like we did with this one. We cinched in her waist with a belt, and we pushed up her sleeves a little bit.
Hillary Kerr: We also gave her a modern ankle boot as a contrast and this of-the-moment all color bag to finish the look.
Katherine Power: The key to wearing a lot of vintage is to make sure that you don't overdo it. There should be at least a 50-50 mix of vintage to new.
Hillary Kerr: Here we have a blouse, bag, and jewelry that are all vintage, but the belt shoes and jeans are up-to-date.
Katherine Power: Thank you all for vintage shopping with us today.
Hillary Kerr: For more celebrity and fashion inspiration, visit whowhatwear.com./