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.
A comfy stretchy maxi with the wow factor of a fabulous floral print. Dress it down for beach-side lounging or jazz it up for any special occasion. Comes with not one but TWO matching belts! It just gets better and better.
A gorgeous gown, despite its flaws. We love the pink embellishments that add girly fun to an otherwise sleek and sophisticated piece.
Please note: This dress has marks along the right hand side and several embellishments missing, hence the lowered price.
The rich, deep drapes of this olive coloured gown is offset wonderfully by the embroidered flowers, which shine and they catch the light. The wrap-front skirt also reveals a flash of pink with you shimmy. Such an elegant piece.
Pit to Pit: 40 inches
Waist: 34 inches
A silky sensation! The vibrant pattern will turn heads from afar but up close there are more wonder details to be seen, like the matching bow belt and beautiful neckline that snaps open for you to get comfortably in and out – genius!
The Dollyrockers label was active in Britain from the mid 1960s to mid 1970s. Garments were designed by Samuel Sherman, also known as Sambo.
Please note: This dress had a faint mark next to the bottom button on the front.
Blanes was a British company producing quality day and evening wear in the 1950s and 1960s.
Please note: This dress has discolouration to the decoration at the neckline (which could be trimmed) and a mark on the hip (pictured), hence the lowered price.
Produced by Wm. G Junior, this dress was perhaps made for a prom or first social. We love the nipped-in waistline, contrasting to the flowing pleated skirt.
Please note: There is a large rip in the skirt, hence the lowered price. Luckily, the rip is hidden well in the pleats for the skirt!
Pit to Pit: 33 inches
Waist: 23 inches
John Bates was an english fashion designer who, working as Jean Varon, was part of the boutique scene that blossomed in London. He’s considered by some to be one of the greatest forgotten talents of the 1960s and 1970s.
Pit to Pit: 35 inches
Waist: 29 inches