Of all the fabrics that instantly spell high end luxury, fur is a timeless classic. Faux fur options have improved hugely over the past couple of decades, looking every bit as glamorous as the real thing. This Cream Cossack Hat from Miss Selfridge is a chic and sumptuous retro accessory that uses faux fur to great effect.
Perhaps the most unlikely fashion comeback of this year has been the all-in-one, with fifties and sixties playsuits and jumpsuits hitting the rails in almost every high street range. There's still plenty of retro inspiration to be drawn for these pieces, as shown in this seventies style Belted Playsuit from River Island.
While much vintage-inspired clothing design aims for an on-the-nose copy of their particular era, often a marrying of retro and modern elements can bring a unique appeal. This Mod Tie Back Dress from Judith March takes sixties elements and ties them together with a modern youthfulness, with great effect.
Thanks to Mad Men's inspiration, much of the sixties inspired fodder in women's fashion in the past few seasons has taken a more mature slant on the era's output. If you're more a fan of the youthful, modernist looks of that time then pieces like this Thanks a Vermillion Dress from ModCloth are well worth a look.
Bold retro prints are most often used for clothing best suited to nights on the town, but with the right design and colour choices even the busiest vintage-look prints can be suitable for any occasion. This Paisley Pencil Skirt from Warehouse uses a sixties print to great effect for daywear and beyond thanks to a warm Wintery palette.