A review of the Judy teacup stripe dress and Lucy forget me not cardigan from the Collectif SS20 range.
Spoiler alert: I adore them both. Before we get into the review, of would like to ask you lovely people a favour. I’ve entered Miss Vintage 2019 (exciting yet terrifying, no?) and to get through to the next round, I need to get votes, which means Facebook likes on my photo. If you have… Continue reading Hearts and Found review: Dorothy & Bonnie
I've been experimenting a bit with fashion lately, so when the lovely team at The House of Foxy asked me if I would like to try one of their shawl collar blouses, I was very excited. The blouse is 1930s inspired, and is designed to be tucked into things (skirts, shorts and trousers mainly, although… Continue reading Review: The House of Foxy shawl collar blouse
I've written about my love of The House of Foxy on the blog before (you can read about it here and here), so I was pretty darn excited when sister company Pretty Retro started popping up on my social media feeds, focusing as it does on affordable wardrobe staples inspired by the 40s and 50s. One of the… Continue reading Review: Pretty Retro shirt dress
Long-time readers of the blog may remember my review of the Dolly & Dotty May dress (which, coincidentally, I reviewed in May last year). I loved the dress, so when the nice team at Dolly & Dotty asked me if I'd like to review something else, I jumped at the chance. The Veronica is a… Continue reading Review: Dolly & Dotty Veronica dress
Collectif Pearl Coat review
A couple of weekends ago, we had a little bit of sunshine, which was very nice indeed. Even nicer was The Boy turning to me on Friday night and saying, "Didn't you want to go to a vintage fair tomorrow? Shall we go?" He's nice like that. So, off we headed to Cambridge. We parked… Continue reading Review: Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair, Cambridge