This Tuesday swing dress from Lindy Bop offers great 1950s style for an equally great price.
We have mentioned a few in-house designs from House of Fraser before, but the Linea Swing sofa and armchair is perhaps the pick of the bunch.
While much of the fifties styled fodder from retro brands can be on the vampish and sexier side of the era's style, a more demure look can be just as appealing for lovers of vintage style. That's what makes this Anchor Print Dress from Oasis such a great look, with its more downbeat interpretation.
Much of the current sixties influenced pieces available this past few seasons have relied on a fairly narrow definition of the era's style. Branching out from patterned shift dresses is this Pleated Skirt Dress from ASOS, providing something less seen in high street prices.
While we most often associate polka dots with 50s design nowadays, their use in 20th century fashion was by no means limited to that one decade. Showing a keen eye for crossover sixties style, this 60s Spot Dress by Yumi uses the spot print in a more modern style.