This Kenrose sleeveless dress oozes 1960’s mod. Featuring a flattering waistline, made from comfy cotton, and with quintessential floral pattern in olive greens and bright blues, this mini dress is a must-have summer party dress!
Everyone loves a twirly dress, and this lovely pink dot is no exception!
Take inspiration from our model and dance your way to your next party. Lightweight and silky, this dress has a wide neckline, waist-tie bow, and circle skirt.
It’s two dresses in one! How would you wear it?
This cheerful blue and white floral summer dress has a detachable wide collar, mini-pleated skirt, and matching belt.
Maxi skirts don’t get much cuter than this bright green beauty. With cheery stripes, colourful florals, and sunny fruit, this skirt will brighten even the gloomiest of days!
Workwear never looked so cool.
Graphic lines criss-crossing the girly pink background makes for a statement modern woman’s frock coat. Wear with skinny jeans for casual Friday or tapered trousers to keep it professional.
Graphic meets floral in this cute sleeveless number.
What’s more- it has pockets!
Vamp it up in this lace up maxi dress!
With strapless sleeves, deep-V bodice front, and in jet black velvet, this dress is dramatic to the fullest. Wear as is, or layer with long sleeves for post-Halloween warmth.
This dress has everything; trumpet sleeves, sweetheart neckline, scalloped hem, button back – all the vintage gown boxes are officially ticked!
This gown has gorgeous colour and structure, nipping in the waist with three perfect bows. Perfect for any special occasion.
Please note: This dress has discolouration at the top (pictured) and a very small hole in the front of the skirt, hence the lowered price.
A cute 1950s twin set that has a really great modern aesthetic. Black and gold, classic! Wear it traditionally pieced together or switch it up with other garments.
Every wardrobe needs a novelty shirt! This cutie, with its pussybow neck, has sweet cherub and elfin motifs. As our model Vicky shows, it looks fantastic paired with a vibrant colour.
Wrangler was set up as a rival to Levis Strauss and Lee after the Second World War. Their pieces show true cowboy chic and are a staple for any Rockabilly wardrobe!