When it comes to swimwear, it only makes sense to put your trust in those nations who really get to wear their choices as much as possible. Australian swimwear brand Seafolly have it down to a fine art, especially with retro items like this Retro Spot Onepiece.
The swimsuit is all about the cut, with low cut legs to counteract the revealing bustline, creating the killer fifties silhouette that the pin-up scene made so popular. The inclusion of subtle panels and ruching means this swimsuit promises to pull you in at all the right points too, meaning just about anyone can pull off this polka dot with ease.
It's available in the UK from Urban Outfitters for £87.
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For any girl who celebrated their birthday in the 1970s, the style of the new Daisy Lane collection at Lark will be instantly familiar.
The range has been created by Allison at the Australian store Lark who was inspired by some vintage greetings cards she unearthed and decided to track down the original illustrator. That turned out to be Sue Adams, who created the sweet and flowery illustrations, so typical of the period, for greeting cards from the 1960s to the 1980s. The designs have now been revived and turned into a children's gift range, currently including posters, badges and bas of sweet and soon to be expanded.
Prices start at AUS$4.95 for the badges sold with accompanying gift cards.
See the range online