It’s time for another Advantage In Vintage BIG sale, and this one is something super super special. Myself and my dear friend Naomi have been collecting hard for the past year to bring you our wonderful wedding sale, after our sale went down such a treat this time last year we thought we should bring you another one. And even if you aren’t getting married not to worry, as this sale is filled with not only some of the most wonderful wedding dresses I have ever laid my eyes upon, but some perfect party dresses and amazing accessories too.
I’m just going to share a few of my favourites with you but click on the advantage-in-vintage link to take you through to the sale.
So first off the wedding dresses themselves.
How about a boxed wedding dress from 1969? This came to me from the bride who wore it in ’69!
If your taste is more for delectable 40s how about this stunner in heavy brocade by Lee Delman.
Consider yourself a bride who needs a bit of sparkle? This lovely 50s number has a pretty pailette embroidered halterneck strap.
Or if you want a dress with a HUGE train I have some insane 60s and 70s examples
If you fancy a suit rather than a wedding dress I have a couple of lovely pieces
My top tip, this incredible Bill Gibb suit with his signature enamel bumblebee buttons
This 50s suit has the most luxuriously fluffy faux fur collar, perfect for a winter wedding
Or, if you are just after a fabulous party dress (although some of these are so good they could make equally amazing wedding dresses) I have treats!
This 50s gold number is pure mid 50s glamour, it really pulls you in in all the right places.
This ice blue 50s dress by Percy Martin also creates a similar silhouette
And this Susan Small dress is just glamour personified (I see Susan Small prices on the rise, *cough cough * I’ve written extensively about the brand….so look out for more details on this coming soon)
The selection of accessories this week is perfect for any magpie out there
If you have any questions don’t forget you can drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org