Vintage Patchwork Clothing

Sometimes fashion is at its best when patterns and designs are a bit out of the ordinary. Patchwork and color blocking schemes appear time and time again in vintage fashion. Now, you can incorporate playful colors and patterns into your wardrobe when you shop for vintage patchwork and color block styles.

Color blocking is a trend that initially took off during the 1960s when mod fashion was popular and a-line dresses with color blocking patterns were the norm. There was a color-blocking resurgence in the 70s and 80s with windbreakers. You, too, can bring more color and playfulness to your wardrobe with a vintage color block windbreaker.

Another fashion movement of the 60s and 70s—patchwork fashion—is a great way to spruce up your style. For those days when you want to retire your vintage windbreaker and give a different coat a try, you can rock a vintage patchwork jacket. Or you can accessorize with some vintage patchwork hats.

You can even take a DIY approach when you shop for vintage patches. Improve on your sewing skills while creating unique, stylish garments with a vintage twist.

Mixing and matching is a great way to liven up your wardrobe, and nothing gets the job done quite like vintage patchwork and vintage color block.