10 amazing vintage bloggers

Are you looking to sit back, relax with a tea and cupcake, and read through a lot of vintage blogs? Well you’re in luck, because we’ve scoured the net to find some instant favourites! After all, we need inspiration for our wedding hair accessories! Thank goodness for vintage bloggers, without them, where would we get our inspiration? Where would we indulge in regular retro escapism? How on Earth would we ever master the art of pin-curls? Don’t panic, these ladies are the masters of vintage lifestyle: Retro Chick @retrochick_uk IMG_8196 Retro Chick is one of the UK’s most famous vintage fashion blogs; owner Gemma lives in Norwich, a renowned place for vintage thrift finds and boutiques, and she acts as an extremely knowledgeable guide to the whole world of retro glamour. If you love pretty hairstyles, to-die-for vintage dresses and cute modern vintage, this is where you’ll find your inspiration. The Vanity Case  5021eef8700111e3bc170e603b40f5c5_8 The Vanity Case’s Miss Doherty blogs about vintage lifestyle, and also about modern vintage culture, as she works for The Vintage News. So, if you’d like to read interviews with retro inspired bands, events and nights out, head over and give her blog a read! Yesterday Girl @jeniyesterday 312796_10150299717881268_594881267_8363351_1956364877_n Yesterday Girl’s Jeni is a familiar face in the vintage circuit, no doubt because she’s not only an excellent blogger, but she’s a model with classic vintage looks too! A first glance at her and you might really think she’d just fallen out of the set of a golden-era film. Celia Rose 5567347775_ec5917d97e Fashion, movies, sewing and baking, all the pleasures many enchanted by vintage culture will enjoy, and also just some of the many topics covered by blogger Celia Rose. If you want to know how to make vintage wearable every day, check out this blog. Esme and The Laneway @Laneway_Esme 11396049883_cd261125eb_o Esme and The Laneway is an extremely famous blog, loved even by those who aren’t as obsessed with vintage as we are. Blogger Marianne leads a glamorous life in Melbourne, and you can read along as she visits vintage boutiques, ice cream tastings and pretty little towns, whilst dressed up to the nines in vintage gear. The Call of the Jitterbug Doll  ATT00001[1] Do you love pin-up style? Then you’ll adore The Jitterbug Doll. View a whole host of vintage inspired photoshoots featuring Amanda in her collection of cute vintage apparel, and stare with envy at her perfected victory rolls. Tea with the Vintage Baroness @AdelinesAttic brooksselfie Baroness Von Vintage from Canada will give you a glimpse into the life of a vintage shop owner, as she conducts photoshoots and sources stock for her adorable Esty boutique. It the perfect place for inspiration, for your next genuine vintage dress purchase. Miss Turnstiles @missturnstiles_ DSC_0836 Want to see hair inspired by Hollywood starlets, classic fifties style dresses and a whole host of vintage goodies found at vintage shops, fairs and events? Then head over to Miss Turnstyles’ blog and indulge in pretty photography and style inspiration. Fifties Darling @fiftiesdarling IMG_7253 (19)0 Articles on thrifting, vintage finds, designers from bygone eras and much more will greet you when you land on the Fifties Darling blog, but don’t be fooled, this is a blogger that can work fashion from any era, not just the mid-century! Vintage Vessel @StellaBrowne second-stripe Hayley from The Vintage Vessel is another blogger you’ll see around all the major vintage events, and she also works for The Vintage News! She puts outfits together effortlessly, and her blog is definitely something you must bookmark. Chronically Vintage @JessicaCangiano VintageAustrianglassplumfruitbroochmustardcardiganandplaid50sshirtwinteroutfit_1_zps26b50f65 Colourful, quirky and cute, Jessica really makes anything vintage she wears her own. Her outfits will leave you smiling and itching to get out there and build your own vintage wardrobe!   So, these are just a few of our favourites, who are your favourite vintage bloggers?

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