Cos It’s Groovy, Baby!

April 23rd, 2015

We hark back to the 60s today with these totally groovy numbers!

The tent dress was first made popular in the 1960s when women’s dresses became much less structured in style than the cinch-waist, much more tailored dresses of the 1950s. Here we have a darling 1960s little tent dress number that features a beautiful paisley design on one side and a contrasting plain mustard colour on the other side. The roll neck collar alternates the design. Such a fab piece! Size: S Bust – 34″, Length of dress: 37″

Fantastic 1960s nautical rope design sheath dress – perfect for work! Size: S Measurements: Bust – 36″, Waist – 26″, Hips – 39″

Groovy 1960s psychedelic print maxi dress with a sexy thigh high slit down the left side of the dress! Size: XXS/ XS Measurements: Bust – 30″, Waist – 24″

Cute 1960s round neck shirt featuring bright and pretty floral and butterfly prints and rolled up sleeves. Size: M Measurements: Bust – 38″, Waist – 38″

Preppy 1960s drop waist houndstooth print dress with a pleated skirt and an attached waist sash. Size: L/XL Measurements: Bust – 40″, Waist – 40″, Hips – 44″

Spring Into Maxi…

February 26th, 2015

… with our floor-skimming dresses. 🙂

Dreamy, sweet, and utterly romantic 1970s boho maxi dress with pretty floral prints, lace accents, and a rope-tie halter neck. Perfect for a weekend picnic in the park, or for a garden wedding party! Size: XS/S

Enchanting 1960s empire waist green maxi dress with a lovely sweet-heart neckline, a pretty bow sash, and cute little fabric-covered button details down the front and the on the sleeves. Size: S

A lovely and flowy 1970s floral print maxi dress that go from day to night seamlessly! Size: XS/S

A lovely long dress for long summer days. Feminine but laid-back, this comfy late 1960s, early 1970s maxi dress features an empire waist, pretty floral prints, flutter sleeves, and a tiered ruffled hem. Perfect for lazy weekends. Size: S

The One That Got Away!

February 2nd, 2015

Jaylyn, a lover of all things 60s, grabbed this absolutely fabulous 1960s bold maxi dress when it was just about to go onto the racks. You lucky lucky gal!

She wanted to wear it a little shorter, so we chopped off a few inches and gave her the remnant fabric, which she said she would use to wrap around a handle of a bag to give it some pizazz! 

Love the big bold prints!

Long Way Down

January 30th, 2015

Maxi dresses are not only comfortable and flattering, they are also timeless and extremely versatile. 

Dreamy and utterly romantic, this stunning 1970s boho maxi dress features fluttery sleeves, an empire waist line, a ribbon sash, and the most pretty bird prints. Love! Size: M Bust – Up to 37″, Empire waist – 30″

Tropical Island a-calling! Long and flowy, this charming 1980s tropical print dress with bold floral prints is perfect for that island getaway! Size: Sm/M Bust – 36″, Waist – 27″

We love the 60s fashion for their bold and whimsical patterns – just like this stunning 1960s oriental inspired, sure-to-turn heads, maxi dress! Love the unexpected mix of a Chinese mandarin collar and Indonesian batik like prints. Size: M/L Bust – 39″, Waist – 32″

Maxi-mum Impact!

May 1st, 2014

Maxi Dress = Maximum Impact + Minimum Effort!
Just slip it on, accessorize, and you’re ready to go!

Flirty, Flowy and Feminine, the maxi dress can be worn on every occasion.

Here are some of our favourite new vintage maxi dresses in store!

Absolutely stunning 1960s/1970s maxi dress by De Weese!
Size: XS/S
Launched in 1951 by Mary Ann Deweese, “DeWeese Designs” turned out high-fashion swimsuits and sundresses. Her early swimsuits were often decorated with fanciful appliques and rhinestones. In 1961 she designed the official U.S. team suits for the World Water Team Championships and the Olympics in 1960

Funky and psychedelic 1960s maxi dress!
Bust – 34″, Waist – 27″

Sweet and simple 1970s polka dot maxi dress.
Size: XS/S

Lounge around in this beautiful 1970s boho floral print maxi dress.
Size: Free