Midi dresses from the 80s to street style for that palpable nostalgic feel.
I love the midi dress style and when it comes in the 80s nonchalant silhouettes, I can’t help but to love them even more.
Spotted this intriguing vintage shop called Snake Cake Vintage on Etsy and I cannot get over their unique vintage items in their virtual shelves. Each piece is so unforgettable and this fit, flare and flowy vintage midi dress style in particular stole my heart. The prints and patterns are so very retro as they are actual vintage frocks from the era and the styling concept for each dress captures that offbeat urban appeal that I just adore that I have to share with you here.
I’ve selected a list of FIVE belted midi dresses from the 80s to give you a taste of the frocks that can get me to gawk for hours on end. But before that, let me just spill some beans about this cool Latvia-based online vintage treasure trove. They’re all about dressing up vintage and being mindful of Mother Earth. Each of the dress should be worn in a way that is everlasting because the longer life we give to each piece of clothing the better it is for the planet.
The Snake Cake Vintage live for that oversized, effortless, grungy and sometimes odd sportswear combinations! London hype, Berlin grunge, hood romance and rave culture – a vintage cocktail they call the SNAKE CAKE.
Check out these 80s midi dresses and enjoy.
Vintage Earth Blue Pleated Midi Dress
Vintage Print Pink Belted Midi Dress
Vintage Black Butterfly Belted Midi Dress
Vintage Earthy Green Belted Midi Dress
Love the dresses? Be sure to show snakecakevintage some real love!
“I ask not for any crown
But that which all may win;
Nor try to conquer any world
Except the one within.”
— Louisa May Alcott
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