How To Incorporate Victorian-Inspired Looks Into Your Everyday Style

    L(it) Girl

    by · October 26, 2017

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    The following feature appears in the October 2017 issue of NYLON.

    Finding new ways to revamp old classics can be quite a challenge―especially when the classics are centuries old! Since we can seem to let go of Victorian-era trends, like high-collared tops, florals galore, and long, billowing skirts, we decided to give them a 21st-century twist. See how we channeled the Bloomsbury Set in Victorian-inspired prints and florals, below.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    Clothing and shoes by Miu Miu.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    All clothing by Erdem.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    All clothing by Fendi.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    All clothing and boots by Dries Van Noten.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    All clothing by Vionnet.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    All clothing and accessories by Gucci.

    photographed by juco. styled by christine baker

    All clothing by Valentino. Hair: Rick Gradone for Oribe at Atelier Management. Makeup: Mia Yang for Dior Skin at Atelier Management. Nails: Kait Mosh at Cloutier Remix using Essie. Stylist's Assistant: Raina Selene. Makeup Assistant: Christina Roberson. Floral Arrangements: Yasmine Khatib at Yasmine Floral Design. Model: Elizabeth Morley at New York Model Management.

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