The Victorian Blouse is Here to Stay

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

If there is one item that I hold on to a season after season, it is my Victorian blouse from Reformation. The Victorian blouse is a contemporary take on 19th-century fashion inspired by Queen Victoria. This high-neck flirty top can’t seem to stop sweeping the runways and streets. In addition to it being considered one of the prettiest trends; it’s also one of the easiest additions to your wardrobe.

The modern adjustments made to this style of top, allow it to reign just as elegantly as before. Its versatility also allows it to be styled in many different ways, making it a perfect transitional piece from day to night. I have found it to look great worn casually with a pair of jeans or even dressed up with a mini skirt. Between the gorgeous lace, gauzy material, and layers of ruffles–this piece becomes the spotlight of any outfit.

Although it looks stunning styled on its own, it can be just as nice looking layered with other pieces. Especially now that the winter months are settling in, I am excited to style the top in different ways. I am thinking of pairing it with something like a longline coat and leather mini skirt next. It’s exciting to know that just because colder months are ahead, doesn’t mean we have to give this fashion item up.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Ana Prodanovich wearing a vintage victorian blouse from Reformation.

Credits: Styling by Ana Prodanovich & Photography by Kenny Chen

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