A running list of emerging trends of 2023 woman’s ready to wear & ideas on how to style them sustainably. Leather Oversized Coats: when you see the the perfect vintage coat for you it’s like love at first sight and you just know, right? Oversized fits are always cute, and look great with wide leg trousers or short dresses paired with socks and sweet shoes. Reworked Vintage Nightgowns: now we truly have a way to wear these delicate darlings from the 60’s outside the house. Try layering them with the most exposing dress you own, something with a low bust line, or a short & sweet spring time dress. DIY Y2K Cut-Out T-shirts: Where ever you find a vintage tee you’re also bound to find glass crystals in the jewellery or craft sections. Pick up some dazzling little rhinestones and get crafty. Simply grab a pair of sewing (or sharp long bladed scissors). Fold the tee in half to find the true centre. Trace, with a wash off pencil, your motif & carefully cut out the shape. Then hand sew or hot glue the rhinestones around the raw edge! Get straight to the point by layering sharp large collars with unusual suspects. 1970’s vintage is a great source to find some serious collared pieces. Growing up and going through cycles of wanting to be and rejecting Barbie. Full circle meets us, wearing rebellious and strong hot pink pieces not only makes a comment of demonstrates but also makes a comment societies economic environment for those who have seen it all from growing up with Barbie through to the nostalgic emergence of the Barbie movie. The 80’s and that time between 2005 & 2010 was a moment for XL bows. And as these pieces come into their ‘vintage era’ now, we can re-style these with a preppy spin.