For attending a summer wedding, this 1950s blush pink dress would be so pretty. I'd pair it with hot pink heels and a slightly messy updo to balance the primness.
Along with my dress obsession, I am a shrug fanatic. Erica can attest to this. I know, shrugs seem so dated and weird (Why are they cropped? To what end?), but I love them over a dress. A longer cardigan can look dowdy on me, but a cropped one is just enough to add a little warmth on cooler spring and fall days/nights. If this wasn't a size small, I'd be all over this cropped lambswool sweater.
This 1960s dress has a gloriously bright pattern and really simple shape. It's really loose, and you just belt it. I think Jessica Day would pair this with black tights, black flats and a cute little cardigan. A shrug maybe. I hate tights, so I love it for summer with candy-coloured flats.
I can't believe something so classic and chic as this sequined LBD came out of the 80s (bonus: it's only $55).
Now this may seem a little off the beaten path, but my wedding dress was French black lace and apricot silk, so I totally see this 1950s black gown as a perfect wedding dress. There is a white, vintage 1960s wedding dress for sale too, but I appreciate non-white wedding dresses.
These are just my favorite pieces, but you can check out Old New House for more (or visit their Etsy shop) from vintage fur coats to business casual pieces. And plenty more dresses!
This post was sponsored by Old New House, but all words and editorial decisions are my own.