Vintage Fall Fashion with Ella Rue

Ella Rue

We hit the vintage jackpot when we came across DC’s premier luxury consignment shop, Ella Rue. The fabulous ladies of Ella Rue have an impeccable eye for collecting both vintage and modern pieces and it shows the second you walk into their store. They know what their customers want and they know how to supply it with the help of fabulous consignors from across the country. Ella Rue is located in the heart of Georgetown and they have grown leaps and bounds since they opened their doors in November of 2010. These fun and energetic ladies will have you hooked, whether you are looking to consign or buy. The sisters behind Ella Rue, Krista and Alexa really take pride in what they do, which is why we wanted to showcase our favorite fall looks from their shop. Knowing the array of styles and designers we would have to choose from didn’t hurt either!

We really wanted to challenge ourselves and decided to showcase our favorite vintage/fall looks with a menswear twist. The looks incorporate many elements…lace, leather, tweed, silk, SHOULDER PADS!…and the list goes on. Let us know what you guys think and don’t be afraid to mix things up this  fall!

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Michelle is wearing: Jacket- Lanvin (vintage); Blouse- Bill Blass (vintage); Pants- J Brand; Pin- Chanel (vintage)IMG_4393

Don’t live in the DC metropolitan area? Don’t worry- Ella Rue has an amazing online selection for you to shop and browse from designer bags and shoes to hand selected vintage items. Shop their Fall selection now, as time is limited.

Hope you enjoy! Stay tuned for our next fall post next week with H&M.

xo

Michelle & Sarah

All photos were taken by Noelle Turbitt.

Hair was styled by Ashley Duru of Salon Emage.

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