For some accessories with a real vintage look, check out the range of 1940s and 50s-inspired jewellery by Luxulite, available through Vivien of Holloway.
London Transport Museum have declared 2014 the Year of the Bus, tying in with anniversaries such as 60 years since the first appearance of the iconic Routemaster and 75 years since the launch of the RT-Type bus. Another reason for celebration is Tatty Devine's Routemaster-inspired jewellery collection, produced exclusively for the London Transport Museum shop.
It may well be down to the recent sunshine, but we've taken a fancy to the 1950s kitsch style of the new flamingo jewellery collection by Tatty Devine.
For the perfect way to show your musical allegiance, check out the fun Morrissey and The Smiths jewellery available from La La Land.
Here's a cool piece of jewellery for vinyl enthusiasts – bRainbow's wooden record player necklace.
See a stylised daisy motif and chances are you'll be thinking of the sixties. Which makes this flower chain necklace from Miss Selfridge the perfect accessory to your favourite sixties shift.