In anticipation of our new Dalston store, weve been looking for pieces that would slot in perfectly amongst the vast selection being prepared as we speak. This '90s tie-dye shirt is just one of the many items that made some smiles on this grey morning. Very similar to Meadham Kirchhoffs SS11 collection, this pastel denim shirt is surprisingly wearable. The dip-dye technique is not just for clothes, but has been spotted on the hairstyles of the coolest fashion editors and bloggers thanks to our favourite salon, Bleach. Part of the iconic WAH! Nails team, were super excited to pitching up just down the road from this Dalston legend. Team with simple black drainpipes and ankle cowboy boots to let the shirt (and your hair) do the talking for you.
1990s Tie-Dye Blouse | £18 | Available at our Brighton store
Our online find today is inspired by Martinis, beehives and Burt Bacharach. This fabulous maxi dress is so darn '60s that it defies all other cocktail dresses from that decade. Elegant enough to be the hostess with the mostest, but similarly easy with it's loose shape and texture, meaning you can get your groove on to some funky, jazzin' beats. We envisage this on Charlotte, Julianne Moore's character in A Single Man, with some knockout chandelier earrings, but try not to spill your John Collins all over this beauty. Bourbon is a killer on buttercup yellow wool.
1960s Lace Trim Maxi Dress | £35