Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Cream Of The Crop

It is now officially Spring, but it doesn’t feel like it, it’s so cold outside!  After such a long winter, we can’t wait to get into some lighter, brighter clothes.   If you feel the same, then take a look at our cosy, cream, cover-ups.  They are perfect for chilly Spring days and cool Summer evenings.
Cream Of The Crop
First up, is the most amazing long length, cream wool and mohair wrap coat.  It is so luxuriously soft and wearing it is like enveloping yourself in a cosy, warm blanket. 

Featuring unusual fastening of little cream buttons underneath the collar and on the edge of the wrists, this beautiful vintage coat by Townwear is so incredibly stylish. 
The coat is for curvy ladies, labelled size 16, but it has a tie belt that can be pulled tighter to accommodate a smaller size 14.

Next we have a “Jackie O” cute 60s Style Boxy Jacket in neutral creamy oatmeal  by designer Gina.

This jacket is beautifully tailored to enhance the shoulders, bust and waist and has lovely, large buttons with petal centres. 

The jacket has the added charm of antique lace edging on the cuffs, giving it a truly vintage, elegant, look.
It is fully lined, with attractive light blue edging.  A timeless vintage piece that will stand the test of time and not go out of fashion.

Finally, for a lighter layer of warmth, we have a snugly, supersoft, cream cape.  The cape is V shaped, making it extremely versatile.  It can be worn as a stole, hanging loosely over the arms and shoulders, as a cape fastened with a brooch, as a wrap, with one end flung over one shoulder, or tied loosely round the neck or across the chest as a scarf. Perfect for both day and evening wear, this gorgeous wrap will be a great wardrobe essential, that can be worn all year round.

We’ve picked out these three items from our Spring Collection, as being the “cream of the crop”.  To buy these and other vintage clothes and accessories, please visit our Online Shop.


1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous, thank you for leading me to your lovely blog! Lizzie