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Etiquette Vintage Design's custom skirts ($80) feature bold patterns and details.
A skirt with a bicycle motif gets extra oomph with a blue ribbon detail.
Eric Renteria's vintage-style A-line dress is versatile, whether unadorned or paired with a varsity jacket (a nod to the designer's alma mater).
Renteria was inspired by old Tech yearbooks from the 1920s and '30s. This dress (priced from $150) pays homage to those old-school silhouettes.
Another dress features a polka-dot design; Renteria likes updating old styles with trendy patterns.
Fashion is cyclical. No one knows this better than North Texas designer Eric Renteria, purveyor of varsity jackets so on-trend even the sports averse want in on the action.
For two years the Etiquette Vintage Design founder has been making the coed staple for, well, a coed audience (recent Girls guest star Donald Glover is a big fan), but his first love is designing classic women?s clothing. And it?s a good thing for us, because his old-school circle skirts are an even easier silhouette to wear.
Harking back to the styles of the 1920s and 1930s, Renteria?s custom-made creations ($80) have a more modern hemline (think mid-thigh; you may want to restart your Pilates regimen now) and feature updated prints, from floral to chevron.
With their slight A-line cut and lightweight fabric, the budget-friendly skirts--which come in retro hues like lemon yellow and mint green--are surprisingly accessible and ideal for our warmer clime. Pair one with a scoop-neck tank or a simple black tee and you?re sure to be the belle of any ball.
Ever the fashion soothsayer, Renteria is now working on a pencil skirt (or ?wiggle skirt,? as he says) à la Marilyn Monroe.
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