Since its inception in 1989, VERO MODA has become synonymous with contemporary fashion and designs desired by young women throughout the world. They pride themselves on creating top quality clothing that reflects the latest fashion trends at affordable prices. We really like their leaf print dresses, they're so crazy! Asos have some sneaky bargains happening at the moment - have a look!
Twitch Vintage is an online store and blog run by Robyn - an eBay vintage auctioneer, high five enthusiast, Math geek, twitcher and palest girl in Florida. Robyn defines Twitch Vintage as "vintage clothes with a modern twitch", we think all of her items are pretty fun! The amazing cuts and patterns are sure to make you feel a little bit quirky and different. Aside from the lovely items Robyn sells she keeps an equally lovely blog with images she's inspired by, her own outfits and fun style tips and trends. It's definitely worth a look! Shop Twitch Vintage here.
Around six years ago Nique designers, Nick and Lucy Ennis began drafting clothing designs that caught the attention of one of Melbourne's largest local clothing manufacturers and soon after the designers soon had their first range rolling off the production line. Now they're having a huge warehouse sale in Richmond just in time for some late Christmas shopping! The sale starts this Thursday at 10am and ends on Sunday so get your butts there!
After many months of slaving away in the name of love, Melbourne label MIISHKA released their first ever original and exclusive collection, Love. Using only the highest quality material and a beautiful summer colour palette MIISHKA have done an exceptional job. These vintage inspired Love Heart dresses are elegant but fun and ready to wear for every occasion. It doesn't matter if you're just hanging out with friends, out on the town or going to uni - you'll always look lovely in one of these! See more here.
Alice Nightingale has finally released their Summer collection and it's absolutely stunning. Think 1940's inspired swimsuits, beautiful dresses, pastel colours, big skirts and high waists. We're so glad to see designers bringing back the classic shapes and vintage cuts, there's nothing better than looking beautiful and feeling beautiful. To see more or buy some of Alice's items head to her online store!
The Australian fashion label Limedrop, captures the imagination and spirit of possibilities. Designers, Clea Garrick and Nathan Price have created a men’s and womenswear line known for its use of clear lines, bold colours, structured pieces and curious proportions peppered with a sense of playful irreverence. We really love their wooden jewelry, especially the necklaces. Who wouldn't want to wear these cheeky little pieces around their necks!? To see more the rest of their collections head over to their website, Limedrop.
Project Sunday is a relatively new fashion label created mid 2010 by Co-owners Aaron Phan and Cammy Nguyen, while the store was officially launched online in October this year. "Project Sunday aims to be a reputable clothing label that sells niche fashion styles you would see in quirky little tucked away boutiques around the world. The way that Aaron and Cammy see it is “If we won’t wear it or buy it, we won’t sell it”. This phrase stayed with them throughout the designing process of their clothes to ensure that they are completely satisfied with what they were about to bring to market."
We like what they've got available so far, so that can only mean more good things to come in the future!