It is the kind of thing you might expect to see on a vintage site at first glance, but this 1960s-style Ponte shift dress is a high street find, currently on the (virtual and real) racks of Dorothy Perkins.
It looks like George at Asda is still loving that Mad Men era, producing items inspired by the turn of the 1960s, including this dogtooth Ponte dress and skirt.
When the high street's more affordable stores tackle vintage inspiration, it's ideal for stocking up on affordable classics that you can wear every day. This A Line Ponte Mini Skirt from New Look has an effortlessly sixties feel that you can team with almost any sixties pieces.
Now that the madness of January sales is almost over, interest can turn to what the high street's new lines have to offer in vintage inspiration. While there's no sign of much that's new just yet, some classic pieces like this 60s Ponte Dress from Oasis are worthy of attention.
In a striking and rich red shade, the colour carries a basic sixties look dress that's appealingly simple. The empire cut a-line skirt creates a great retro silhouette, while buttons and a peter pan collar give some cute details to balance the daringly short hemline. In a short sleeve, this dress is an ideal choice to transition out of your winter wardrobe.
Get it now from Oasis for £45.
With every batch of new Christmas frocks in the shops it's beading and sequins that we see most of all. For something a little more subtle and classic, this Colourblock Ponte Dress from Dorothy Perkins is an ideal choice.
Using blocking to create a decidedly sixties inspired pattern, the dress' shape follows that inspiration too. A large, flared sleeve compliments the high neckline and shorter hemline to create a shape that's structured and striking. Finished in a muted mocha shade, this dress has a timeless appeal.
It's available now from Dorothy Perkins for £36.