Trends seem to follow a cycle, they always come back in style. Just think of how popular bell bottoms were in the 1970’s and how popular they were again in the 2000’s. Cut off T-shirts and neon colors were big in the 1980’s and of course, they’re back again. The good trends always come back, and maybe some bad ones too. Even shoe trends come back in style, platform heels, flat’s reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn, these styles will never die, they’re just too cute. Some trends never leave, and that’s when they become “classic”. Today, lets explore some celeb inspired vintage chic fashion.

Alexa Chung and Blowfish Central

Those of you who are MTV fans have likely heard of model Alexa Chung. The British variety show host has had her own show on MTV in the U.S. and the U.K. She is one quarter Chinese and one hundred percent fashionable. Here she looks like she just came fresh from a Beatles concert circa the 1960’s. That collar, those frills, and those fabulous flats, similar to the Blowfish Central Ballet Flat. These shoes by Blowfish make the perfect present for you, topped with a bow!

Kelly Osbourne and Kate Spade Kea

Another trendy Brit and daughter of dark rocker Ozzy Osbourne knows how to combine vintage pieces with fresh fashions for a fantastic look. We love her modern edgy dress paired with cloche flapper hat and mary jane heels reminiscent of the 1920’s. The hat and heels, similar to the Kate Spade Kea, pair perfectly with her fitted, anything but flapper, dress. The Kate Spade pumps scream vintage flapper-esque glamour with their gorgeous detailing!

Selena Gomez and Stuart Weitzman Rowswoon

Some might say Selena Gomez has it all, mostly tween girls. This is because not only is she a beautiful and talented singer and actress, but she dates none other than Justin Bieber. Here the glam girl channels Jackie O in a classic black ensemble adorned with pearls. Simple but sweet, just like her patent leather pumps similar to the Stuart Weitzman Rowswoon. The Stuart Weitzman pumps alone are swoon worthy!

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