RETRO VINTAGE SHIRT + GREY PENCIL SKIRT

by - 8:18:00 am

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The Retro shirt or vintage shirt is perhaps one of the most faithful shirts ever.  What do I mean by faithful you might ask?  Well, it is just so versatile.  It can be styled as a kimono,  knotted at the top like I did today or even worn backs. The great thing about retro shirts is the print which is always eye catching. 

This shirt which is sold out, is from my store The Vintage Connection Ng, and what I love about the shirt is the Aztec slash floral print design. 


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We are still rocking the DIY choker made from an old bra strap.  

Grey pencil skirt,  prints,  Aztec,  retro, choker trend, neutrals

In today's outfit,  I decided to work with the black and grey neutral palette of the shirt hence I opted for a grey pencil skirt previously styled here and here. 
I love the edge these black Sammydress booties added to the look.  While, the shoes were not made for walking but rather for pictures and forming fine girl, I love them anyways. 

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The DIY choker,  floral print,  Aztec print styling

Photography by Blessing Audu 

Are you looking for the perfect retro shirt that is also very affordable? Then follow my shop @The Vintage Connection Ng on Instagram to get the perfect retro shirt along with free styling services too.  We will be restocking very soon so stay tuned.

Shirt: The Vintage Connection Ng (Instagram) || Skirt: Vintage || Shoes: Sammysdress: (Here)

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24 comments

  1. The heels OMG! The caught my eyes . I don't really reach out for retro things because that's not my style but I love the look . Very modest and feminine .x

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  2. Omg! Those shoes are gorgeous....luv the entire outfit! Well done

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  3. Lmao...taking pictures and forming fine girl.I can totally relate.But those shoes though,super edgy. You look simply stunning

    Stylebyenkay.blogspot.com

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    1. Lol girl and their heels sha. Thanks dear.

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  4. Ohhhhhh!
    Your shoes tho!
    Loooovvvveeee!

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  5. I'm a big fan of vintage shirts and I'm slowly collecting them, they dont seem like they are going out of style any time soon. Those shoes are to die for and I agree about them not being made for walking :(
    Your DIY choker steady makes me chuckle, I just might try it out :D

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    1. Right, vintage shirts are hear for good and lol you should try it and let me know

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  6. It's a beautiful look and that DIY choker is so creative.

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  7. Vintage shirts any day, any time! I love how you knotted the shirt in front and those shoes are just too pretty. LOL!I can totally relate to the doing fine girl and snapping pics part...Your lipstick also caught my eye.the colour looks really good on you.

    Evita In Progress

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    1. Thanks Evita, it's my favorite way to style vintage shirts though mom hates it lol. Thanks, the lipstick is from beyond beauty, it's actually a lip stain.

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  8. Those shoes are fire!!!!!

    toyinwithfashion.com

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  9. Girrlll, your shoes are everything!! I just wish I can pull them out from my screen lol

    FASHION REHAB

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    1. Lol if only that were possible, I'd be pulling people's things from my screen.

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  10. Hahaha girl they dont look like they were made for walking at all.
    Congrats on your shop, the shoes made this outfit a killer.
    Itsdivadiaries.com

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    1. I know but like you said they made the outfit killer. Thanks girl. I appreciate.

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  11. LOL Those shoes are so gorgeous and yes the fun part about vintage shirts is rocking & re-rocking as you wish. Love the midi skirt.
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  12. I see I wasn't the only one who added weight in Calabar,
    This curvy body suits you!

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    1. Lol girl it's been back home that's why. I kinda like the new curves too. Thanks

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