I'm sure you're all familiar with the fab clothes available at Heyday, Freddies of Pinewood and the like, so I'm sharing some of my favourite vintage inspired High Street buys. See, under the guise of sharing with you I'm getting vicarious spending done :)
Zara usually have a lot of great 1940s style clothes, but they've come up a bit short this season. If you're into a 60s Mod look, there's plenty on offer, but not much to suit me.
I'm not sure where the waist sits on these, but if it's close to the natural waist they could look great with a 30s inspired top.
|Zara WIDE-LEG TROUSERS 29.99 GBP|
|Zara ORGANIC COTTON T-SHIRT 9.99 GBP|
River Island has come up trumps this time round. The have a couple of dresses this style, which claim to be knee length. I'm interested to see if they really do reach the knee, but this one in particular is lovely!
|River Island beige 50s embellished prom dress £44.99|
|River Island brown check belted shirt dress £39.99|
|River Island blue print chelsea girl gypsy top £25.00|
|River Island beige button wide leg trousers £34.99|
Marks and Spencer have a limited range of interesting clothes for once, I normally find lots of clothes I like but not much today!
This shirt made me think of Katharine Hepburn, it's a great classic shirt.
|Marks and Spencer Autograph Essentials Twin Flap Pocket Satin Shirt £29.50|
|Marks and Spencer Per Una Roma Pure Linen Wide Leg Trousers £35.00|
|Clarks Orinda Cameo £59.99|
Office have some nice sandals too. I like these in particular as they're not so high as some of the others!
|Office GOLD STAR FOR YOU DARK GREY RAFFIA £46.00|