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The Christmas season each years brings with it an air of luxury, perfectly in sync with vintage styled Winter fashions. The use of luxurious fabrics is ideal for retro designs, with faux fur’s comeback a definite hit.
Drawing inspiration from the "rick rack" zigzag trimming which became popular during the seventies, Jaeger have updated a homespun aesthetic into something altogether more sophisticated. The colourful design and apron style pockets are given a luxe look as the skirt is 100% silk and finished with a red bow at the back.
The Boutique collection features polka dots, breton stripes and colourful prints on a range of retro-inspired designs.
View the whole collection and buy the skirt (for £130) here.
If high street fashion is all about appealing to the masses, it sometimes takes a journey into higher priced pieces to find that unique and unusual piece you've been searching for. This Intarsia Cardigan by Le Mont St. Michel won't be everyone's cup of tea, but might just be all the better for it.
The graphic, geometric print has an instant shot of vintage inspiration, in a colour palette that only enhances its sixties and seventies appeal. The cardigan itself has an oversized cut that's simple enough to carry the bold design, lending a very retro air of "borrowed from your boyfriend" to your outfit.
It's available now from Urban Outfitters' Boutique range for £275.
The best vintage boutiques can be trusted to separate the wheat from the chaff, stocking lots of products of great quality. With the advent of online vintage retailers, the days of trawling through endless rails isn't the only way to find a treasure.
The Stellar Boutique is one of those rare retailers with a great eye, as shown by their latest vintage handbag range. With a great variety of bags from the fifties to the eighties, there's plenty of choice from the everyday to some hard to find designer pieces.
The prices are a steal too, starting under £20.