Meet Joanie, Vera and Grable!

Ah my three graces! Don't they look divine in this beautiful new floral print? I love the subtle differences in each style and the authentic '30s/'40s feel they give. Which one is for you?

The Joanie Dress

A spectacular 1930s inspired dress that is reminiscent of old Hollywood allure. Its bias cut and cowl neck is extremely elegant and the silky satin feels so luxurious! To finish off the look with real Art Deco flair, a delicate belt has been added complete with a shell-shaped clasp modelled on an original period piece. 

1930s inspired dress

This dress would be perfect for any daytime or evening event and the long sleeves mean you'll still be comfortable in cooler months. Pair with metallic heels (our Ritz shoes will be coming in soon!) and your favourite shade of Kelly bag.

The Vera Dress 


Another dreamy 1930s piece, this dress is as versatile as it is flattering. It is so oh-so comfortable and pretty that you'll not want to take it off. The fit and feel is light and demure but the print is still bold and beautiful.

The 3/4 length sleeves are in no way restrictive so you can dance all night long. The delicate v neckline is in keeping with the period but offers a little more modesty as does the slightly longer skirt. Day or night, this will fill you with vintage whimsy! 

The Grable Dress

Fabulous, flirtatious and full of 1940s frivolity, no wonder it was named after pin-up Betty Grable! This super flattering and comfortable tea dress is ready for fun. 

If you're after an hourglass figure, this is the dress for you. The gathering detail under the bust matched with the nipped in waist and 7-gore skirt (that means it's great for dancing in!) creates that curvy '40s shape. It looks great on all shapes and sizes - oh, did I mention it comes in sizes 8 to 24?! 

The keyhole neck tie and fluttery sleeves adds to the dress's charm. I'm sure this will be a go to party dress for many.

The Blouse

Of course if dresses aren't your thing or your maybe looking for something more casual, why not try the 1930s side-tie blouse? It looks perfect with our Own Range charcoal separates, as my three muses demonstrate...  

blue floral print side tie blouse and charcoal separates


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