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Our Vintage Guide for Goodwood Revival


We are going to take you through three vintage styles to help you tackle your chance to win the Best Dressed competition at Goodwood Revival. To get you in the mood think the 20s, 30s and 50s...

1920s

Let's start by taking you back to the 1920s; to the world of flapper dresses, feathers, head bands and glitzy extras. Think of Carey Mulligan and Leonardo Di Caprio in the adaption of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby.

To accompany your exquisite flapper dress, we proudly introduce our NEW Lottie Bag in Smooth Silver. This is the perfect partner to jazz up your outfit and ensure you are that step closer to winning the Best Dressed competition.

1940s

The 1940s is the era of shirt dresses, wedges, red lipstick and of course curls…lots of curls. This style is signature of Rachel McAdams in The Notebook.

Our Mayfair Bag in Deer Saffiano resonates with the 40s style, down to its sturdy and classic shape.

1950s

Lastly we will take you through the 50s style. This era involves pencil skirts, petticoats, full skirsts and polka dots galore. Here is an example for you to get inspiration from...

We present the Letterbox Saddle Bag in Burgundy Saffiano to be the last touch for your stellar 50s attire.


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