Vinny loves Collectif!

I like to find unique things when I shop and though most of the time that involves vintage shopping, sometimes I just want something vintage inspired that I won’t have to take to the tailors or be oh-so-delicate with, and sometimes finding unique things involves buying from over seas which is why I review so many shops in the UK. Need a perfect example? Check out Collectif, a UK vintage reproduction brand that caters to all kinds of women who love the rocking styles of the 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s. What I found that was most special about this brand is their exquisite selection of separates. Sure they have amazing dresses but you are talking to the Queen of dresses here so I naturally gravitated to the separates section of the e-shop to find loads and loads of amazing tops, capris, skirts, and etc. They also have adorable accessories so this is your one-stop-shop for everything you need if you’re a psychobilly, rockabilly, or just someone who just loves to look hot! I got my hands on a few of their separates and was really pleased with the prices, quality, fit, and style which makes me a total fan. I have this really great flamingo blouse that features embroidered flamingos in the front and on the back and ties at the waist to suit my high-waisted pants, skirts, and shorts and I also have their Hilda leopard capris that I love love love because they hit me just at the waist and are made from the softest fabric I have ever put on these stems. You have to check out my Collectif goodies inside, you will see exactly what I am talking about!This is the Collectif flamingo blouse I mentioned above. I love that it has that old rock and roll feel to it.
I love the colors of the flamingos and was happy to have worn my turquoise bandana and hot pink lipstick with it.

Even the back of the top has a cute image embroidered of flamingos in a sunset with the Collectif logo.

I love wearing this top with my H&M high-waisted pants and Irregular Choice spectators. This outfit is casual but so cute and comfortable.

These are the Hilda leopard capris and as you can see from the photo, they are absolutely perfect!Since acquiring these I have already worn them about 50 times. They are so comfortable and still so chic.
I love how they look with my new classic car cardigan.Even better, they have cute little slits on the sides of the calves that give it more of that traditional 50’s feel…and lets not forget that it gives girls like me with chunky legs, room to breathe lol.

If you liked my rockin rockabilly pieces, check out the Collectif shop to see what else they have in store!


12 Comments on “Vinny loves Collectif!

  1. I have been wanting that top for ages! but it is always sold out and no wonder why – its so darn cute. You look great in this outfit!

  2. You look too cute. Love how you matched the bandanas with those cute tops and pants. Lovely as always.

  3. I love that shirt! May I ask about sizing? What size did you get & your measurements please. Thank you. 🙂

  4. Hi! Your cousin Miguel just gave me the link to your site. This is what I told him: “wow! holy molly what a foxy lady!” You have such a great figure and you definitely know how to flaunt it! I find we definitely have some things in common (I’m a cat eye, red lip girl too!) though I can’t rock the pinup look as well as you do! I am now following you in bloglovin and I look forward to seeing some more of your awesome looks! If you have a sec please take a look at my blog And convince Miguel to take my picture! haha.

  5. Beautiful!! I love how even when casual, your look is still so you. I aspire to get to that point with my style.
    I think you live near my old hood (in 11221). Those buildings in the background look so familiar.

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