We mentioned these were coming, way back here, but now the Mini Moderns new porcelain sets are available to pre-order, including this Festival espresso set.
Using the patterns from their popular design inspired by the Festival of Britain, the set contains four mix and match set of espresso cups. The cups feature some of the famous visual elements of the festival such as the Skylon and the Dome of Discovery. A similar set is also available featuring another 50s-inspired design, Whitby. The designs are also available on tea plates and tea sets.
The espresso set costs £19.95 while individual mugs are available for £7.50 each.
Order them online now for shipping in the first week of September.
It's perfect for lazy summer days, bbqs and picnics in the park when all you want to do is enjoy the great outdoors and the rare moments of sunshine we get in good old Blighty. This dress has echoes of 1970s styles and wearing it you can almost feel yourself stepping into a time machine and being back at a festival at the time.
It's also a massive bargain for this time of year when maxi dresses are flooding out of every high street shop. Get yours from New Look for only £24.99 in a range of colours.
With festival season in full swing, the high street has once again turned to that most iconic of events in music festival history, Woodstock, for inspiration. That's ideal news for lovers of the hippy aesthetic of the late sixties, with pieces like this Sadie Flower Headband from Boohoo on the market.
The headband is simple but unmistakeable in its vintage inspiration and looks, taking the feel of genuine flower headbands without the trouble of the inevitable wilting. The result is a truly hippy-inspired look that doesn't veer too far into the clichés that many sixties retro items can fall for.
Get yours from Boohoo for just £5.
Meeting this summer's 1970s love affair perfectly, this bag is pretty and durable. It's perfect for the festival season and as it's real leather it's soft to touch but also will last a while. It's an idea buy for the summer and should last a lot longer.
Even better news – it's in the sale at the moment at John Lewis – so while stocks last (and before we buy them all up) get yours for £39.
British and American fashion has for decades been infatuated with colours and prints from faraway cultures, with the sixties and seventies fully embracing African influence in the mainstream. The rich colours and print of this Tribal Maxi Dress share that influence, retaining a retro appeal too.
The maxi cut is a great backdrop to create an early seventies style, tapping into the time that hippy looks went overground. The halter neckline of this creates the sharper cut, while a long flowing maxi skirt keeps the bohemian feel intact. With a black bodice ensuring the print doesn't overwhelm the dress, the vibrant tribal print can shine.
It's available now from Wallis for £60.