This checked cotton dress from La Redoute looks as if it could have come straight out of the wardrobe of Brigitte Bardot in the 1950s.
Big news in the 1970s, but it's not easy finding a new spoon collar shirt in the modern era. So this TukTuk spoon collar gingham shirt just might do very well.
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.
For the ultimate in feminine retro frocks, fifties style swing dresses are hard to beat. There’s a number of retro reproduction brands with their own take on this style, with the UK’s own Brighton Belle adding their stunning designs to the market.
Using a wide variety of fifties fabrics, from quaint and girly gingham to sexier satin numbers, there’s an option for almost every rockabilly and lindyhopping gal out there. The dress includes all the structural points you want from a classic swing dress, with an exaggerated circle skirt, sweetheart neckline and the addition of a tie detailing at the bust too.
Get yours from Dollydagger’s Boutique lines now, starting at £79 each.
With a whole slew of Bank Holidays on the way, we'll all be making excuses to get our picnic sets and barbecues on the go in the next few weeks. If you're looking for something to add some quaint country chic to proceedings, this Professional Picnicker Satchel by German brand Blutsgeschwister is a must.
The bag is roomy and practical, thanks to the large side folded compartments held within, without being half as bulky as baskets and cooler boxes. The use of cream leather and a classic red gingham check throughout give this bag the retro looks that will make it tempting to use for every occasion you can.
It's available online from ModCloth for $89.99.