Kristina Suko, the blogger behind The Eyre Effect, brings the fashion of some of her favorite literature to life with her beautiful vintage outfits. As a life-long lover of books, it was only natural for her to name her blog after one of her favorite novels, Jane Eyre. Kristina's colorful vintage style takes inspiration from eras gone by, but all of her outfits could easily be worn out and about and look totally stylish in today's world. She's used her blog to celebrate her style evolution, and provide inspiration and outfit ideas for vintage lovers that may not know how to wear these styles in real life. She also shows you how to look amazing and embrace your personal style on a budget.
In addition to sharing her outfits, Kristina also reviews the books she's read, which sets her apart from other style bloggers. She has excellent taste in literature, so her blog is a great place to go for book recommendations. She also likes to assemble outfits that represent the characters or the setting in the story. Kristina is based in Washington state, and you'll notice stunning Pacific Northwest scenery in her blog posts. She shares relatable anecdotes from her life as well, and often talks about her experiences being a mother.
Yellow is a color that can be intimidating for some people, but Kristina shows you exactly how to pull off this cheery color for spring. The A-line silhouette is a very popular one in vintage clothing, and it looks great on virtually everyone, enhancing your natural curves without adding any volume. These sweet yellow pumps are so charming and dress up the outfit, making it appropriate for a night out. Adding flowers in your hair is a fun touch for spring and a great way to complete the look.
This look makes retro style cute and accessible for a day at the office or even a brunch with your friends. Mustard is a very trendy color right now, and this cute pleated skirt creates beautiful movement as you walk. The striped blouse adds personality, especially with the bow and the lace collar, which is a fun updated take on a classic silhouette. Kristina finishes off the outfit with classy yet comfy brogues.
With this look, Kristina mixes prints with ease, for an effortless day off look that could also transition into a work environment. The oversize plaid of the pencil skirt is a nice contrast to the smaller floral print on the top. The brown belt ties everything together and makes for a very flattering silhouette.
Kristina's unique approach to vintage fashion means her blog is always an excellent read. You can also follow her Instagram for even more vintage outfit inspiration and book recommendations.