Velvet, Novelty Prints, and hot 60s Cuts: The Grünten Mode Autumn Winter Collection 2016

Velvet, Novelty Prints, and hot 60s Cuts: The Grünten Mode Autumn Winter Collection 2016

Velvet, organza, and embroideries – the Grünten Mode Autumn Winter collection 2016 is festive and very glamorous. Lately, Sara, the lovely lady behind Grünten Mode, invited to the boutique Maison Chi Chi Vintage to have a look at her new garments. While sipping pink Prosecco and nibbling Macarons, every lady had the opportunity to try on some of the dresses – exactly what I love to do on a Saturday afternoon. 😉


Sara vom Label Grünten Mode mit Sandra vom Vintage-Blog RetroCat

Grünten Mode Autumn Winter 2016: Materials, Cuts, Patterns

Grünten Mode is specialised in 60s fashion. Thus, it’s no wonder that this collection focuses on short dresses, graphic patterns, and black and white contrasts. Beside cotton, high quality velvet in a lot of different colours plays a large role.

Vintage-Bloggerin RetroCat in einem lila Samtkleid von Grünten Mode

I immediately felt in love with the a little bit longer “Ballroom Dress”. The skirt is decorated with organza and embroideries while a big flower accessorizes the neckline. The dress really is a dream and perfect for the upcoming festive season.

Vintage-Bloggerin RetroCat mit schwarzem Samtkleid und Hut

RetroCat in einem 60er-Jahre-Kleid mit Stickereien

RetroCat und Sara von Grünten Mode bei Maison Chi Chi Vintage

Of course 60s patterns and novelty prints are a big thing as well. Isn’t the red dress with Indian print simply amazing?

RetroCat in einem 60er-Kleid mit Novelty Print

RetroCat in einem roten 60er-Jahre-Kleid von Grünten Mode

Grünten Mode at Maison Chi Chi Vintage in Munich

Some of the garments are availble at my favourite boutique Maison Chi Chi Vintage in Munich. The lovely owner Nina loves to help you finding the perfect dress.

Fashion-Bloggerin RetroCat beim Stöbern in der Boutique Maison Chi Chi Vintage

The entire Grünten Mode Autumn Winter collection 2016 is available at the brand’s online shop. All garments are designed and produced at the own atelier in the South of Bavaria. By request made to measure is possible. Beautiful 50s fashion made in Germany – what more could one want?

Maison Chi Chi owner Nina, vintage blogger RetroCat, and Grünten Mode designer Sara
From left to right: Maison Chi Chi Vintage owner Nina, me alias RetroCat, and Sara from Grünten Mode

PS: in this and this outfit post I already showed you two Grünten Mode dresses from the summer collection.

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