Investing in retro pieces from smaller brands and boutiques is always worthwhile for special occasions. But if you're after an affordable way to carry on a retro look all week, the high street and budget brands are worth your time. This Spot Print Top from George at Asda may not be the highest quality, but its looks certainly belie the pricetag.
Peter Pan collared dresses have been the flavour of the month for sixties dress design of late, so it only seems fair that outerwear gets a look in on the iconic style. This Navy Peter Pan Coat from River Island has a simplistic design that looks timeless.
A great shirt or blouse is a wardrobe staple you'll find yourself wearing with everything, but finding the one that suits you perfectly can be a difficult task. For something a little less ordinary, this Mustard Frill Collar Shirt from Miss Selfridge has a nice hint of sixties cool.
Finding that killer vintage-look top you can pair with almost anything is often a near impossibility, with most retro design focusing on statement dresses or coats. Thankfully dedicated retro brands like Heartbreaker Fashion have the solution, the latest being this fifties style Gretta Top.
The Autumn/Winter season always brings an output of glitzy and glamourous dresses in time for Christmas, making it harder to find a more demure aesthetic among the sequins. This Amos Dress from Monsoon is a welcome addition to their new season output, with a classic sixties appeal.
While we most often associate polka dots with 50s design nowadays, their use in 20th century fashion was by no means limited to that one decade. Showing a keen eye for crossover sixties style, this 60s Spot Dress by Yumi uses the spot print in a more modern style.