When investing in something as often worn as outerwear, opting for classic styles is always the best option. Allowing for versatility and never overshadowing your carefully selected Friday night threads, coats like this Cavendish Mac from Hobbs are a must in every retro wardrobe.
Taking inspiration from the simplicity and class of sixties looks, the mac uses timeless structure like double breasted fastening and a belted waist to create a feminine silhouette. The use of white trim against a deep navy adds structure to the lapels and pockets, nodding to the sixties love of monochrome too.
Get yours from Hobbs now for £149.
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Orla Kiely for Apple brings together retro prints with thoroughly modern technology.
The collection consists of a range of bags and sleeves, all design exclusively for Apple and specifically to fit around your Mac. The products are available in three prints; her signature stem print, the car park print, and probably the most appropriate for computer related products, a pattern called Binary, which consists of zeros and ones.
Prices start at £59.95 for the Mac sleeves and go up to £194.95. Buy them online from the Apple Store.
Everyone's favourite Pop artist is now available to add a touch of style to your favourite technology, thanks to the Andy Warhol for Incase range.
It's a range of cases, sleeves and bags for the iPhone, iPad and Mac Book featuring Warhol's artwork. The first few items of the range are based around the banana image produced for the Velvet Underground and Nico album in 1966 and his take on camouflage, with more designs to follow. The range has been authorized by the Andy Warhol Foundation who argue Warhol's fascination with technology means, if alive today, he would have been an avid fan and devourer of these products.
With some products available now and some ready for pre-order, prices start at $49.95 for a snapcase for the iPhone 4.
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Recently, we featured an article on the best vintage camera apps for the iPhone. But what about photos you've already taken on a camera? Well, now there's Lo-Fi.
It follows a similar principle to the mobile apps, but operates on your PC or Mac to offer retro effects for existing photos. You can mix a wide range of effects from the film world, such as grain, colourful cross processing, lens blur, light leaks and frames. Combine more than one to create something unique. You can even hit a button for random effects, if you can't be bothered tweaking.
Along with editing, there's also easy sharing via Flickr and Facebook and if you want to try it out, there's also the option to try for free. If you like, the full download sells for $29.
Find out more at the Lo-Fi website
For the endless streams of retro dresses, coats and shoes available on the high street and online at the moment, it can still prove a difficult task to find equally stylish separates. Items like sweaters and tops often prove the most elusive, making this Sophia Jumper from JoJo & Mac a great option.
The fine mohair knit gives this jumper some luxurious appeal and lifts it above cheaper options. The simple shape is complimented by sharp lines in nautical shades, with a high neckline and long bodice proving reminiscent of sixties tunic dresses. The addition of a lace bow adds another element of sixties style, with some mid-decade girlishness.
Get it online in the UK from Dollydagger for £55.
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If the humble mac is just a little too humble for you, check out this rather stylish Nom de Guerre Infantry Overcoat.
Not unlike the Classic Trench Mac by A.P.C., this one adds a military twist and simplifies some of the detailing. But the belted overcoat doesw offer a lightly waxed cotton outer, full lining, shell buttons and belt buckle and two front handwarmer pockets.
Made in Japan and sold in very limited numbers in an olive colourway, it sells for £475.
Find out more at the End Clothing website