This lovely early 1930’s inspired coat in bias cut wool check Harris tweed is a fine example of the era. It has original vintage burgundy bakelite buttons details in the cuffs and pockets with additional funnel collar effect when fastened. With a bakelite buckle belt.
This lovely late 1940s inspired wedding dress in vintage cream silk satin features the very typical golden sequin leaf motif appliques across the bodice. It has two slits along the side seams and zipper closure at the side. The fake fox fur stole adds yet another glimpse of glamour to this stylish outfit.
This mid-60s style shift dress in lime green silk chiffon is lined by light silk crepe back satin which gives a lovely floaty effect to this very popular A-line style of the era. It has long slightly puffed chiffon sleeves with wide cuffs and fabric covered buttons. A faux diamante appliqué around the cuffs and the collar adds a great detail to this sweet little number. Zip closure at the back.
This lime green silk beauty has the very popular sweetheart neckline with tulle top with long sleeves, yet another staple of the era, creating the illusion effect. The floor length skirt makes it for more formal, evening wear. The belt also features an original 1950s diamante buckle. Zip closure at the back.
This lovely early 60s inspired cocktail dress in kingfisher blue silk taffeta has the typical pleated ‘puffed’ skirt of the era, a slashed neckline, with a deeper one at the back. The original 50s plastic buckle has a mother of pearl feel to it.
This lovely mid-1930s inspired beauty in chocolate brown silk/wool crepe blend with raglan balloon sleeves and slashed neckline include a silk rust orange cravat type detail very typical of the era, with bakelite button side fastening and also a beautiful deco belt buckle.
Here is one the favourite dresses from my 1930s dress collection, this time in deep red wool crepe (thank you Linton Tweeds) Worth mentioning the beautiful brown oblong bakelite buttons down the collar.