Who needs a chandelier? If you have a high enough ceiling, combine eyecatching and ultra-twee with this Traditional Lampshade Cluster Light from Rockett St George.
The light is made up of 9 individual lampshades, each covered in different fabric and then lined with a co-ordinating vintage floral pattern. All 9 shades are then hung together in an eclectic, haphazard manner that makes for a spectacular flash of vintage chintz.
The Traditional Lampshade Cluster Light is £275 from Rockett St George. See the website for more details.
Keep your shoulders toasty with this sequin fake fur shrug.
Although the recent bout of unseasonal weather may have left you rather confused over what to be wearing from day to day, sadly it's not expected to last. Once the weather decides it's autumn and starts getting back to normal this lovely sequined shrug is the perfect companion to your night out. It's not only warm but rather beautiful. This one from New Look is similar to a lot on the high street but a lot cheaper.
Get some vintage glamour into your life for £27.99 from New Look.
There's nothing quite like a bag of pick & mix, especially if said bag is an old school pink and stripey paper one. However, with this Leather Sweet Shop Purse by Natthakur you're more likely to find actual pennies at the bottom rather than the toffee variety.
This charming little bag captures all the fun of an old fashioned sweet shop, minus the calories. Natthakur have taken the unmistakable retro penny sweets bag and fashioned it out of leather to create a quirky purse to be stuffed with change or other goodies.
The genuine leather purse is handmade and printed in London and is also available in orange or powder blue. £28 from Not On The High Street. See the website for more details.
Celebrate your weekly sweet treat fix with these tea time small baking cases.
A delightful selection of baking cases available in you choice of design and size. Whether you want muffins, cakes, a banana loaf or whatever your sweet tooth desires. These cake cases look like they've grown legs, jumped in a time machine and hopped forward 50 years to make your day a little better. The vintage designs are beautiful if a little chintzy and if you're not into cake they could be used as little storage pots.
As they are made to order you can choose what you like. Prices start from £7.85 from Not on the high street.
Nothing quite sums up the 50s quite like iconic Wurlitzer. This staple of diners the world over has been given a 21st century update.
The Wurlitzer One More Time Jukebox has had a tonne of tech goodies shoved behind the classic retro façade. You can fill it up with up to 100 CDs or stick your iPod on the dock provided and listen to all your favourites through the Bose speaker system inside. It even has a digital display and title cards for up to 60 songs.
Before you start routing around for your credit card, if you hadn't guessed already, such a creation comes with a fairly heafty price tag. This slice of 50s nostalgia will cost you an eye-watering £6,799 from John Lewis. See the website for more details.
Our readers will be delighted that there's still a heavy vintage influence on autumn winter looks this year, with a particular slant towards the 60s and 70s.
These Sonya Mary Janes from ASOS are clearly inspired by one of the quintessential designers of the period, Mary Quant. The monochrome colour scheme, block heel and ankle strap give the shoes a real retro 60s asthetic. They're positively screaming out to be worn with a monochrome shift dress and plenty of false eyelashes.
The Sonya Mary Jane Shoes are £40 from ASOS. See the website for more details.