If you are a fan of the 50s silhouette, you're likely to love the clothing designs of Mrs Pomeranz.
The influence of graphic prints and bold designs really came to the fore of womens fashion during the 1960s, and the use of structural lines and patterns is still reminiscent of that era. This Graphic Print Shift Dress from Oasis perfectly captures that look, making vintage style truly wearable today.
We have flagged them up before, but worth doing so again, as there are plenty of potential bargains, not to mention cool vintage designs amongst the latest batch of Velvet Cave dress auctions on eBay.
42 dresses amongst the latest selection, primarily from the 1960s, but a few sneaking into the '70s. The one above astir hasn't had a bid, a mid-60s babydoll mini dress, made of a 'blue flecked gauze type fabric', with white lace detailing around the neck and sleeves, plus decorative covered buttons on the front, along with 'puff' shoulders.
The price right now for this one is £4.99, but check out all the dresses on the site.
The latest Velvet Cave vintage dress auctions are now online, with plenty of potential bargains if you are after something with a '60s or a '70s twist.
Around 42 dresses on offer right now, which are well worth browsing if you have a couple of minutes. We're flagging up just one of them, this blue paisley and lace Peter Pan mini dress, with a short length and lightweight fabric – perfect for the summer months.
Right now, that one stands at £5.72 if you fancy a bid.
Now that the madness of January sales is almost over, interest can turn to what the high street's new lines have to offer in vintage inspiration. While there's no sign of much that's new just yet, some classic pieces like this 60s Ponte Dress from Oasis are worthy of attention.
In a striking and rich red shade, the colour carries a basic sixties look dress that's appealingly simple. The empire cut a-line skirt creates a great retro silhouette, while buttons and a peter pan collar give some cute details to balance the daringly short hemline. In a short sleeve, this dress is an ideal choice to transition out of your winter wardrobe.
Get it now from Oasis for £45.
We featured these over at our Modculture site yesterday, but we suspect there will also be an interest in the In With The In Crowd dresses and clothing line over here too.
In With The In Crowd's Melissa recently started designing and making her own dresses and jackets because she couldn't find anything suitable for herself, with all items produced 'to a high quality', fully lined and with 60s-style detailing (like covered buttons for example).
Prices start at £32.99, although Melissa has sent across a discount code too – if you enter the code RetroToGo at the checkout, you'll get another 15 per cent off. See more designs over the page or check out the site for even more.