Marianne Westman's classic Belle Amie design has been given a zesty update for the twenty-first century with a new orange colour scheme.
While Warehouse celebrates 35 years' residence on the Great British High Street, they continue to bring us classic fashion at affordable prices. Looking backwards to their original seventies fare, this Orange Midi Dress from Warehouse oozes vintage appeal.
Sharp silhouettes and mod styles are always appealing for lovers of sixties fashion, but if you’re after something more traditional and feminine from that decade’s design, dolly dresses are always worth a look. This Bow Front Dress from Max C is a great look at a lesser seen 60s style.
The Autumn/Winter season always brings an output of glitzy and glamourous dresses in time for Christmas, making it harder to find a more demure aesthetic among the sequins. This Amos Dress from Monsoon is a welcome addition to their new season output, with a classic sixties appeal.
Designer handbags are a purchase that's nigh on impossible for most of us to justify, with styles that age with the seasons. It's easier to justify the huge price tag when the looks are timeless, however, which could be argued for the Dory Cross Body Bag by D&G.
We might be living in the generation of all things Retro, but even in the 20th century designers were looking backwards for inspiration. This Orange Deco Clutch from River Island is a perfect example of when two eras meet well, drawing design ideas from both the 20s and the 70s at once.
The burnt orange shade and large clutch design of the bag have a simple but instant seventies feel, providing a great basis for the unusual use of deco design on top. The contrasting silver allows the structural design of the metallic deco detailing to pop.
It's available from River Island now for £25.