I’ve been reading June Bugs & Georgia Peaches for quite a while now and love seeing the cute and quirky outfits these two ladies come up with. I’m always amazed by the way they can incorporate pin up style outfits, including full petticoats and corsets, into their lives in such a hot climate! Amanda also has a great corseting tips series going on too.
Chicago Chic is a little bit more of a grown up and sophisticated look at pin up styling, closer to Dita than cutesy, with some stunning looks. This is another blog with some corseting tips and reviews, and a very unique sense of style.
Atomic Amber is a bit more of a recent discovery for me, and another with corset reviews (spotting a theme here yet?!). She sports some very fetching typical pin up outfits and some with quirky twists, plus I love her 5 minute beehive tutorial, must try this sometime!
Amber is quite possibly the person who I would love to steal wardrobes off most in the whole world. I’ve been reading her blog for quite a while now, although not as long as she’s been around on the world of the interwebs, but I’ve quite possibly backtracked through pretty much her whole blog during this time! She recently posted about her “uniform” of full skirts and fitted tops, and if it was feasible for me, this is a uniform I’d quite happily adopt! While she’s technically not a pin up/retro blogger, her outfits are often made up of pieces that could quite easily be.
This and the next blog are a little different as they’re Australian based! There seems to be a fairly strong retro/repro/vintage community out there, and these are two of my favourites. I’ve read Vintage at Heart (or Harlow Darling) for a long time – I remember her making the decision to wear more retro inspired clothing, but I think those posts are gone now. Most of her outfits are repro clothing, and you’ve got to love this recent repro sportswear one, amazing!
As I said, this is another gorgeous Australian retro/pin up blog. Kayla also features some lovely repro clothing and has recently had quite a big focus on swimwear too with some stunning pictures (I always love retro style bikinis/swimwear more than modern!) and awesome poses.
PS: The only image in this post that is mine is the first one, all the others (including logos) belong to the wonderful bloggers linked below them, so full credit goes to them for those!
Linking up at Danielle Alinia.
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