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#AskVivienne: Hairstyles That Look Great with Vintage Fashion

Posted: Nov 05 2014

Dear Vivienne,
Can you help me find some hairstyles that look great with vintage fashion…without making me look old or going overboard with my retro inspired outfits? I want something unique without looking like a page out of a history book.
- Sydney, 22 yrs old, Killeen TX

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Well Sydney, you’re in luck!  As Terminology’s style guide and muse, that’s what I’m here for!  It’s really common for our customers to mix and match vintage clothing items with modern styles.  So if that retro blouse and earrings really caught your eye, you can definitely rock it with your favorite pair of jeans and heels even though they’re not all from the same time period. Your hairstyle can complete the look, and I’ve found three styles from Hair Romance that will effortlessly make you the center of attention without turning your vintage outfit into a costume look.

 

Eccentric Attention-Grabbing Braided Updo

Perfect if you got a lot of time in the morning to style your hair and are looking to make a bold fashion statement.  Pairing this unusual modern style with a vintage inspired outfit will definitely boost your edge factor!

 

 

Simple & Chic High Bun

Need a style that only takes 5 minutes to do but says, “Hey look, I did something different with my hair today!”? This simple yet chic bun is classic and youthful.  You won’t have to worry about your hair distracting from your new vintage look, but it still compliments your outfit.

 

 

Edgy Spin on the Classic Ponytail

When all else fails, rock a ponytail!  This style is easy for beginners to do with it’s loose braid pulled back into a classic ponytail.  Add a lil extra edge to it and conceal your hair tie with your own hair.  We think this is a perfect style to balance the modern and vintage aspect of your remixed vintage outfits!

 

 

Visit Hair Romance to get detailed tutorials on these styles!  Need style advice?  Tweet me your fashion and style questions @shopterminology using hashtag #AskVivienne.

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