Vintage Outfit for a Chilly Spring Day

I live in Northern Germany where the weather is still very changeable in spring. Some days in March and even in April are quite chilly so that you can’t go without a wool coat. Recently, I did a little photo walk at a place nearby my apartment. I’ve loved that the sun was coming out for a bit but all in all it was a very cool day.

Vintage Outfit for a Chilly Spring Day (photo @Fotogist)

Vintage Outfit for a Chilly Spring Day (photo @Fotogist)

I strolled along Kuhmühle and Wartenaubrücke which are parts of the Alster in Hamburg. I was wearing my lovely Collectif Pearl Coat in navy blue and my plum-coloured Charlie Stone booties again. You might have seen me wearing these two items already in my post about Vintage Winter Chic. Excuse me, I am an outfit repeater!

Sirinya Vintage wearing Collectif Pearl Coat (photo @Fotogist)

Sirinya Vintage wearing Collectif Pearl Coat (photo @Fotogist)

However, I feel it is quite alright to wear the same items over and over again but in other combinations. I am also a minimalist when it comes to lifestyle. Hence, I love versatile pieces of clothing that can be worn and combined in different ways.

Tartan Skirt and True Vintage Bag

I am also a great lover of tartan skirts. Here I am wearing a red and black wool tartan skirt by Laura Ashley. I was very happy when I’ve thrifted this high quality pleated skirt last year at an Oxfam shop. I think this skirt comes very close to an original kilt. Of course, you could also combine this blouse with red tartan pants.

Sirinya wearing tartan skirt by Laura Ashley and The Seamstress of Bloomsbury blouse (photo @Fotogist)

Sirinya wearing tartan skirt by Laura Ashley (photo @Fotogist)

I’ve combined it with the navy blue bow tie Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury and a cream-coloured cardigan by Voodoo Vixen. By the way, check out my other article about the navy Lisa-Mae dress that is a staple in my wardrobe.

Sirinya Vintage Portrait (photo @Fotogist)

Sirinya Vintage Portrait, Eva Blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury (photo @Fotogist)

I’ve worn this outfit with a true vintage Ackery London bag in wine red. I feel that navy and red tones are a perfect combo. By the way, I am a fan of true vintage handbags. Thus, last year I bought my first true vintage bags from the UK. I guess I’ve already mentioned this in my first post on this blog.

Vintage Outfit with Ackery London true vintage handbag (photo @Fotogist)

Vintage Outfit with Ackery London true vintage handbag (photo @Fotogist)

Ackery London

I’ve got this handbag from Lukeman Antiques via Ebay, by the way. I quite like Ackery London vintage bags because they have a strong heritage and are quite luxurious. Ackery London has supplied handbags to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, and to the United Kingdom’s first female Prime Minister Lady Thatcher since the 1950s and 60s.

Sirinya wearing retro outfit and Ackery London handbag [photo @Fotogist]

Sirinya wearing retro outfit and Ackery London handbag [photo @Fotogist]

Sirinya Vintage Portrait (photo @Fotogist)

Sirinya Vintage Portrait (photo @Fotogist)

Last but not least, I’ve worn some vintage inspired sky blue earrings by Vintage Dream with this outfit. I hope you’ve liked this little photo walk on a chilly day. Let me know in the comments below what you think!

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Hi there! My name is Sirinya. I'm a passionate vintage blogger and I love to share with you my vintage fashion inspirations. I've started my journey into vintage about a year ago and I am still in the process of building a vintage inspired wardrobe. I also share a lot of style inspo on Instagram.

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2 Responses

  1. May 11, 2021

    […] First, I love to combine tartan pants with a navy vintage blouse. This one is the Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury. The bow tie blouse is one of my favourite vintage inspired pieces. You may also want to check out my recent post about ‘Styling the Eva Blouse’ and ‘Vintage Outfit for a Chilly Sping Day‘. […]

  2. May 26, 2021

    […] I am a lover of true vintage bags from the 50s and 60s. This 1960s handbag is made of ostrich leather for instance. Perhaps you have already seen me wearing my red Ackery London bag in a previous post. […]

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