Are you excited about the new ModCloth collection? This month’s assortment is a mix of cruise-ready tops, seafaring skirts, frocks fit for the docks, and totally coastal trousers—and they’re all gloriously vintage-inspired. Read on for nautical inspo from all sorts of eras!
Before shoulder pads boomed, broad collars were the move. And, such statement specifics are exactly what makes our Posh and Punctual Flared Midi Dress a 1930s-inspired dream. Double-breasted buttons were seen on sophisticated suiting and wide-legged pants alike, and our amazing A-line dress hosts these deets in a sophisticated update that spans the ages.
Can’t get enough of the statement collar situation? Here are a few more fun picks from our collection:
Fit for the Forties
Embracing everyday style in the 1940s meant flaunting frocks with collared necklines, defined waists, and flowing knee-lengths. Our Fits the Function Shirt Dress in Pennant Flags is a ready-to-wear revival of this reliable silhouette! Rocking a modern, sleeveless cut and a breathable cotton fabric, this retro upgrade is a quirky-cool combo.
If we know you like we think we do, we’re pretty sure you’re looking to load up on printed dresses. Peep these awesome options:
By the time the 1950s gave way to the 1960s, separates were so in. Our Charter School Pullover Sweater in Striped Orange is the best of 1960s fashion elements, with a pop-art-inspired hue, those notable nautical stripes, and a casual vibe that allows for versatile style expression.
Are you ready to get serious about striped sweaters with a nautical spin? Stock up on these exclusive pieces:
+Which pieces are you most loving from our January collection?