Bloggers-rockn-vintageI have the pleasure of starting off Lily Kai Vintage first series; Bloggers Rock’n Vintage with the amazing Kéla Walker of Kéla’s Kloset. I started following Kéla’s blog a little over a year and a half ago and fell in love instantly. While in NYC last year for Fashion Week we meet and I thought to myself she is the real deal! Find out more about Kéla and her love of vintage.





I Rock Vintage because 

The quality and craftsmanship  of garments from decades past is so much better than what’s available now.  Plus I know I’ll have something unique and wont have to worry about every Jane,  Jenny and Julie having it. There’s no “B*tch Stole My look” with vintage.
What is your all time favorite vintage find too date?
Oooh, man there are so many but I would have to say it was  a score from the Goodwill.  I have this ridiculous obsession with Diane Von Furstenberg and her wrap dresses.  On an impromptu trip to the GW upstate, NY ( all the best deals are in the suburbs) I scored not 1, not 2 but 3 vintage DvF dresses for 22 bucks.  You should have seen my face when I spotted them and how fast I scooped them off the rack. They are from the early years of the line and feature her signature print.   I still can’t believe I found those dresses or that someone actually got rid of them in the first place.   Who would do such a thing?
Who would say you’re vintage style icon is? 
Tracey Ellis Ross ~ Her style evokes the perfect blend of vintage, chic , modern femininity. I’m sure her mother, Diana Ross’ wardrobe has a lot to do with it considering she’s admitting to shopping her mother’s kloset.  At any rate I love it.  Even when she’s not wearing something old, her modern style still evokes that vintage charm.
As spring approaches what trend would you love to see from the past?
I would love to see the return of the ladylike style of the 50’s and 60’s -flare skirts, tailored wiggle dresses and pill box hats, opera gloves. How great would it be to see more women wearing those styles? Okay, maybe not the hats but  I love all of that posh femininity from the past.
Kéla is Rock’n a Lily Kai Vintage black soft leather skirt paired with a secreatry blouse and sexy but work appropriate black Christian Louboutins. Find out more about her look on Black Enterprise Style Suite as she give you tips on wearing leather in the workplace.


Follow Kéla on Instagram and Twitter @Kelawalker and of course check out Kéla’s Kloset daily for a look into her fashionable and budget conscious Kloset. Get 15% off with promo code KelasK15 until 3/17 at Lily Kai Vintage.


Until Next Time…


With Style,