Get fully into the spirit of the upcoming Jubilee with one of these vintage bunting necklaces.
Each of the 15 flags feature one of Rob Ryan’s characteristic folk art style designs and they are certain to have a longer appeal than the more obviously wedding-themed designs. The bunting is sold in a drawstring bag, also decorated with Ryan’s whimsical images.
The bunting costs £25 from Heal’s.
There are two designs – one with a washed out union jack print covering the whoel bag, other decorated with union jack patterned bunting. Both bags are made from 100% cotton and measure 38cm by 40cm.
The bags cost £10 each and are available from the Topshop website.
Nothing screams springtime and celebrations quite like bunting. The Brits have used any excuse to adorn surfaces left, right & centre with bunting since the 17th century and the recent resurgence of vintage-style street parties has brought it back into the spotlight once again.
How apt then that Laura Ashley, one of the great stalwarts of British fashion, have chosen to adorn this cardigan with bunting embroidery, and just in time for 29th April. It's made of 100% cotton to guard against the cool evening air whilst staying firmly in the party spirit.
£56 from Laura Ashley in store and online.
We've featured some great examples of unusual bunting on this site before. To add to this and very much chiming with current trends is this London bunting made by Me Old China.
The bunting is made from re-purposed souvenir tea towels featuring traditional tourist views of London. Made from 100% cotton, in their new format they capture a nostalgic view of the city perfectly.
The set pictured gives you 4 metres worth of double sided bunting for $50.
Buy it from her Etsy shop