Winter is definitely here and you may well be thinking of getting a new coat or two. One worth looking at is this new addition at Peacocks. It's a double breasted 60s-style collarless coat. While that may seem impractical at this time of year, you can couple it up with your favourite scarf and not worry about it fighting for space around your neck.
When investing a lot of money in outerwear, finding the balance between something that makes a statement, and something you can wear over again can be tricky. Opting for a classic and understated design, this Red Riding Hood Coat from Hearts & Hands pulls that balance off with ease.
For classic glamour that remains timeless, looking towards the forties and fifties for inspiration never fails. This Kettle Corn Dress by Emily and Finn captures the high class decadence of this retro era with ease, looking far more expensive than the true price tag.
Now that the British Summer Time is officially over (if it ever really began), the high street have fully embraced the coming Autumn/Winter season's fashions. Thankfully that means a whole new batch of retro fodder, especially in outerwear.
As festival season in the UK draws to a close, the last of the fashion inspired by the original music festivals is still providing great style for retrophiles. This Oriental Sleeved Dress from Miss Selfridge brings a cool early seventies chic, with a classy take on the folk style of the era.
Swing coats for Summer never seem to go out of style, and it never takes over the top detailing or patterns to make a real retro statement. One of the best we've seen this season comes in the form of this 60s Swing Mac from Oasis.
Available in two vintage inspired shades, the tomato red in particular has an effortless feel of British mid-sixties design. With an A-line shape, slim sleeves and a high collar, the simple addition of flap pockets adds both practicality and a hint of classic militaristic influence too.
It's now available in both colours for £75 from Oasis.