Take Me Back to The 50's

For as long as I can remember, I have always loved vintage inspired clothing, especially if it is to do with the 1950s. I love the classic feminine look of 50s style fashion - the clothes all gave the most wonderful hourglass silhouette and flattered every figure. It was a time when women looked elegant and girly.

Recently I was asked to participate in  a challenge by Tesco called 'How You're Wearing It' and I was asked to pick and style an item of clothing from the F&F website. Recently I blogged about how supermarkets are upping their game in the fashion department and yet again, this dress is an example of how chic supermarket clothing are becoming. For the challenge I picked this wonderful F&F Limited Edition Off the Shoulder Skater Dress to review and styled it to replicate a 1950s look. To accessorise this outfit, I teamed the dress with my grandmas vintage pearl necklace - which was given to her by my granddad in the late 1940s and I wore by Chandelier earrings from Lipsy that I bought last year. This dress is very comfortable to wear and easy to dress up or down. I have been wearing it quite a lot recently now the weather is a lot warmer and I can easily see myself wearing it all through summer. 

This dress makes me want to watch Dreamboats and Petticoats the musical all over again and dance the whole night through to my favourite 50s songs. Even better, it is a reminder that just over 6 months from now, I will be having my own 50s style wedding - excited is an understatement.



  1. this dress looks beautiful on you! xx

    em @ lipsticklives.blogspot.com x

  2. Such a stunning colour. So simple & classy!

    Belle ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

  3. This dress is gorgeous and looks lovely on you. I love anything vintage inspired :)

  4. What a stunning and beautiful dress you look lovely in it.

  5. You look absolutely stunning, amazing dress amazing colour, very classy.


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