Vintage Vogue: spring style goes old-school

Stylist: Tiffany Ortez Parish Photographer: Crystal Wise Model: Chloe Braaten Styling assistant: Gabi Hill Hair and makeup artist: Kylie Miller. Filmed on location at Stoney Ridge Villa, 451 Stoney Ridge, Azle, TX 76020, 682.730.6176. Special thanks to our friends at Fort Worth Camera for their collaboration.

Inspiration: Jackie Kennedy on the Amalfi Coast

– 1960s cotton floral maxi dress with matching scarf

-50s cat eye sunglasses

– 90s leather bohemian western ankle boots

Inspiration: Sharon Tate in the 1960s

– 1970s design ultra wide pleated pants

– 50s bustier

– 1960s dangling earrings

– 1950s floral fascinator hat

– 60s designer silk scarf

-60s lucite heels

Inspiration: Mix the look of modern art + fashion for a timeless style

– 60s designer silk scarf as a top

– 1978 Military Cadet Jacket

– 1970s Polyester Rockets

– 90s leather bohemian western ankle boots

– 60s Felt Western Hat

– 1960s mod earrings

Inspiration: Colors of the sea + fabrics that move with you

– 1940s Silk Embroidered Japanese Kimono

– “Wearable art” waist cincher in hammered brass from the 1980s

– 50s rhinestone, pearl and feather earrings

– 1960s daisy slip-on

Inspiration: Mexican + European folk art

– Antique Hand Embroidered Kimono Jacket by Honeysuckle Rose Vintage

– 1970s Indian cotton crochet dress

– 70s leather and turquoise concho belt

– 1970s Moroccan Bib Necklace

– 1990s leather bohemian western ankle boots

– 70s straw hat

Inspiration: Parisian Street Style

– 80s designer silk blouse

-80s red leather miniskirt

– 60s leather belt

-60s lucite heels

– Leather handbag from the 50s

– 1980s wooden circle earrings

– Oversized 90s fashion ring

-60s inspired sunglasses


– 1970s design ultra wide pleated pants

-60s floral bralette top

-60s lucite heels

-70s designer sunglasses

Inspiration: Eclectic art + Santa Fe artists

– 1970s Mexican lace wedding dress

-Saks Fifth Ave long skirt. in 1970s taffeta

-1950s Bakelite and wood bangle bracelets

– vintage inspired tassel earrings

– 90s leather bohemian western ankle boots

– 70s straw hat

Tiffany Ortez Parish, who opened Fort Worth vintage clothing store Honeysuckle Rose Vintage, doesn’t like to play by the rules. After all, it takes an unconventional eye to pair a Japanese kimono with daisy strappy briefs. Luckily, as you’ve seen on the previous pages, Parish’s off-the-beaten-path looks are a perfect combination of eclectic, eccentric and dazzling. She has a flair for style, which began at a young age when she frequented thrift stores and played dress-up; her first outing as a toddler was to the Azle Antique Mall, where Parish’s grandmother was a manager. So it was no surprise when, years later, she started selling highly-selected vintage clothing at local markets like Lola’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Rummage Sale (where she is now an event coordinator) and ArtsGoggle. These occasional retail excursions culminated in the opening of Honeysuckle Rose Vintage – named after a Willie Nelson movie, mind you – at Lola’s Trailer Park in November 2019. The little shop eventually moved on and opened a more department store on White Settlement in early 2021, where you’ll find enough beaded snaps, leather fringe jackets and sombreros to dress up however you want.

Vintage Pink Honeysuckle, 5113 White Settlement Road,

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