Retro fashion 

  • Retro fashion is back with a vengeance - and there is much to choose from!

 

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1940's wicker purse with drawstring closure

 

   

Victorian coat clip / broach with a beautiful large purple cut rhinestone

 

Lovely Victorian "smelling salt" broach

 

1950's deco design clutch purse

 

1950's White pearl bead and sequin clutch purse

 

1960's White wicker and lucite "Lunch Basket" purse

 

1960's Black Onyx and silver necklace

1930's Deco beautiful rhinestone chocker

Beautiful 1960's Napier Sterling floral necklace, marked Napier Sterling

 

1930's Deco beautiful rhinestone broach

 

Victorian silver purse in really wonderful condition

 

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  If you want to go truly retro, a second-hand shop that specializes in vintage clothes will ensure you look genuine and unique.

The Great Gatsby - The 1920s flapper-look is fantastic for those of you who have a straighter figure.

Picture: The 1920s look is very popular

Flapper dresses are very popular

 

 

 

 

The 50ís look is excellent for those of who have a curved figure (donít hide that wonderful waist of yours).

Strapless, satin, fitted dresses, reflective of Marilyn Monroe, are great for you. Remember Madonna in Material Girl, if the 1950s donít mean anything to you.

Austin Powers - The sixties mod-look is popular in the most trendy shops.

Accessories - "You can never have enough shoes, hats and handbags"! There are lots of beautiful, glitzy evening bags around, decorated in beads or sequins. Team these up with strappy sandals in satin or suede, decorated in diamante, baubles or bows.

 

 

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