Skirt Victorian

Frilly details, high necks, and bold accessries made their way across the country as certain ladies flirted with romance, but the majority of you have a fear of committment and skirt the Victorian trend.  See below the many ways this fashion trend is styled.  Full Final Forecast results here.

Northeast

@viewfrom5ft2

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Lace in a modest length and black monochrome creates eye-catching Victorian style.  Christine of The View from 5'2, does just that and proves flirting with the victorian trend is not only easy, but looks effortlessly cool.

Southeast

@fashionably_lo

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Victorian doesn't have to be all black as seen on Lauren Price of Fashionably Lo.  Victorian details give character to an otherwise white basic dress with a high neckline and blousey sleeves.  She completes her romantic style with a halo braid.

Southwest

@torigonzales_

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No matter where you live all black is a winner and Tori Gonzales knows how to style Victorian with a little edge.  Her lace dress offers feminity while her boots give off grunge appeal.  

Midwest

@bowsandsequins

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San sequins, Jessica of Bows and Sequins, represents her brand name.  Sometimes all it takes is a the right detail to transform an outfit and flirt with fashion trends.  

Westcoast

@sarahstylesseattle

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Over the top details are key when bringing your best victorian look forward.  Sarah of Sarah Styles Seattle, contrasts her intricate lace with a bold red lip and nails.  

Get more outfit inspiration here: Style Tips.  Share using the hashtag #FlirtVictorian.


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