Is your work wardrobe feeling a little lackluster lately? We've got the perfect pin up pick-me-up to cure your nine-to-five blues with a fabulous collection of office-friendly frocks and separates! These darling ensembles offer a refreshingly retro alternative to standard workplace fashion: dark neutrals, pencil skirts, and pant suits. Spice up your cubicle couture with a dash of rockabilly leopard or a touch of pin up polka dots, 'cause these vintage-inspired pieces will revamp your office outfits and make fall work for you.
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It's Friday, darlings! And we're feeling both feisty and caffeinated! This week, the starlets of the world have taken to the streets in their boldest prints and we're mildly blinded by beauty! Pour yourself another cup and come walk with us.
Kelly Osbourne in Vera Wang
The weather is getting warmer, the apple pie is baking, and the fireworks are raring to get lit. It can only mean one thing: the 4th of July is near! If you're feeling festive and want to jazz up your summer wardrobe with some patriotic flair, we have a seasonally divine collection of red, white, and blue that's sure to set the holiday tone.
Actress, singer, civil rights activist, and glamorous style icon Lena Horne began her singing career at the early age of 16. She began performing at the famous Cotton Club in Harlem. After a long run singing at the Savoy-Plaza Hotel night club, in 1943, she signed a contract with MGM and became the highest paid African-American performer of her time.
Lena performed in several hit films like Stormy Weather and Cabin in the Sky, but because she refused to play roles in which African-Americans were stereotyped, her film career stagnated. She became active in the civil rights movement and performed at rallies around the US on behalf of NAACP and participated in the 1963 march on Washington. Lena continued to perform and record music until her death in 2010.
Theres something magical about the circus with the amazing acts, exotic animals, and delicious sweet scents of cotton candy and caramel corn. The instant we saw the Blue and Black Stongman Swing Dress we were head over heels in love. We adore statement prints and this little showstopper of a frock is adorned with a festive vintage-inspired circus print that we just couldn't pass up.
To keep the focus on the darling print, we styled the dress with understated tonal accessories like the Black Lady Lux Work Bag, the Pin Up Ankle Strap Gorgeous Heels, and the Light Blue and Tortoise Love Story Sunglasses. Finish the ensemble by adding a touch of volume to the dress with the Black Tea Length Petticoat Crinoline.
For more delightful frocks with pretty prints, shimmy on over to our pin up dress section and grab yourself something fabulous.
While Spring is just on the horizon, we're thinking ahead to those blissful sunny summer days spent lounging poolside or at the beach. Of course, no vintage-loving vixen would ever been seen without her timeless and always glamorous high-waisted bikini.