Coca-Cola will be 126 years old this year but these lip balms look back to the 1940s instead.
Getting a faultlessly retro look together means taking care of every detail, from the carefully chosen dress to killer accessories. The shoes can make or break a vintage look, making pairs like these 60s Block Boots from Urban Outfitters so appealing.
Looks like Adidas is still persevering with its Star Wars range, although these Adidas x Star Wars Skywalker boots might have a little more appeal for movie die-hards than some of the range we've seen.
I'll be honest, I'm a passing rather than an obsessive Star Wars fan, so I'll have to take the maker's word for it that these are based on Luke's uniform whilst on planet Hoth. Obviously with an old school Adidas twist, along with contrast lacing and stripes, Luke Skywalker tongue details and 'toy' packaging.
Highly limited, they're yours for £99.
The collection takes inspiration from the key looks of the past seven decades and consists of a trio of eye shadows, lipgloss and nail polish so you can recreate the make-up style of that era. The eyeshadows include a set of white/grey/black called Swinging Sixties to recreate dramatic smoky eyes of that period and Electric 80s, a trio of bright colours. The nail polishes are named after key fashion items of the decade (Bobby Socks for the 50s, maxi dress for the 70s) and the lipglosses are named after style icons of the era (Judy, Marilyn, Dusty, Bianca, Joan, Jennifer and Agyness).
Lipglosses and nail polishes cost £6.75 whilst the eye shadows cost £9.25. Visit the Boots website to buy.
Not just boots these days from Dr Martens, you can also pick up these rather eye-catching limited edition School Satchels.
The satchels are made of the same leather that's used in the 'Made in England' Dr Martens boots and offered in five colours. The cherry red is above, but there's also black, green, blue and white.
All featured classic satchel detailing, line the double fastening, the adjustable strap and name details, with plenty of room for your daily essentials. Just 350 made across all colours, each one selling for £125.
Not just one classic boot, these Dr Martens Phillip Monkey Boots are a hybrid of two.
Obviously it's a monkey boot, once common streetwear, but seen much less in the modern era. These have been given the Dr Martens treatment, complete with that famous air-cushioned sole, throwing in some contrast stitching, as well as the signature pull on table to the back of the heel to finish things off.
Cherry red is the single colour option, with a pair retailing for £75.
Via His Knibs