Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

Roksanda Ilincic Resort '14 Is A Vintage Hit List

  1. Begin Slideshow
    RoksandaIlincic_Opener_2

    1K

    SHARES

    2 comments
    See All Slides

    Okay, we admit, some of us are still holding onto our scrunchies and jellies from yesteryear in a desperate attempt to cling to our fashion past. We still have our moms’ prom dresses from the ‘80s, and we’re not embarrassed to confess our love for the slew of Grandma’s (slightly mothy) scarves from her youth hiding in our closet.

    At Refinery29, we’re all about bringing back the styles of the decades. There are more shift dresses, flower headbands, and overalls in our office now than ever before. Which is why we’re thrilled to see Roksanda Ilincic’s resort '14 line bringing back some of the past millennium’s greatest hits, all in one cohesive collection. Read this as a hit list of our vintage favorites: bell sleeves, satin ensembles, cocoon coats, and head scarves all in a cool palette, with clean, contemporary cuts. She even throws in a bejeweled, wide-legged sweatpants combo…something we never knew we wanted — or needed, rather — until now.

    Click through the slides to experience some serious motivation to venture into Great Aunt Martha’s closet.

    Photo: Courtesy of Roksanda Ilincic

    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Let's Take A Moment To Appreciate The Beehive

In case you didn't know, September is National Honey Month. Obviously, we're celebrating it by enjoying the sweetener as a delicious snack and a magic beauty ingredient. But, there's one thing we'd forgotten until now: to give credit to the buzzing little creatures that make it all possible. Yes, we're talking about bees. read

New York

College Street Style Showdown: NYU Vs. Columbia

A new school year means a new wardrobe, right? And, now that class is back in session here in NYC, we hit the campus streets of the city's biggest schools — NYU and Columbia — in search of the most fashionable college students in Manhattan. What we found were two totally different aesthetics: Those downtown dwellers read