Two reasons to love this. First off, the frying of the Clairoy nest of two-tone tables at La Redoute. Secondly, the money off right now. Read more
A stylish statement piece for an office with more than a nod to the past – that's the Two-Tone 50s writing desk from Graham and Green.
Psychedelic prints and bold colours have always been favoured by designers looking to ape the sixties aesthetic, but there's no impact quite like that of a monochrome sixties-styled piece. This Two-tone Bouclé Dress by Moschino carries off that look with a chic and modernist retro edge.
Colour choices can be a make or break choice for designers looking for a retro aesthetic, but there's no putting a foot wrong with a classic monochrome palette. Ideal for sixties looks, Warehouse have used it with effortless style in this Two Tone Tunic Dress.
The humble tennis dress has moved far beyond its beginnings as sportswear, becoming an icon of British fashion in the 20th century. While the Fred Perry classics still rule supreme, there's room for a lookalike style while you save your pennies.
This Polo Dress from New Look is a simple but effective copy of the style, providing an ideal casual option for fans of mod/two-tone crossover looks. With contrasting coloured piping on the collar, sleeves and embroidered badge, this might not have the quality and durability of the designer inspiration, but at this price it'll be forgiven.
It's available now from New Look for £12.99.