Jump back from the 60’s and 70’s and feel like you are in an Austin Powers or James Bond flick. These mod pod designs and groovy chic clothing are the custom designs of Frenchie York Etsy shop. They are inspired by Suzy Bishop creations, and Peter Pan collars. Simply chic, they come in all sizes from XS to XL, in stretch cotton! They are from Indonesia, only $50 with an average ship to the US on average about $17 per dress. For total investment of $67 this is not a bad deal. Today’s feature is a lovely Orange Mod Dress. Wouldn’t you just look so chic in this? Find it here.
Posts tagged ‘retro’
Update: may 2017 we could’t find active products but we kept this post in case the Bunnie Buns Shop on Etsy comes back to life!
Bunnie Buns Shop was run by Michelle from Stony Point, New York. She has cute whimsical handmade jewelry, which she refers to as “acrylic geek-chic & kawaii jewelry” in her shop. Check out this awesome Alien Ring with Bow, only $5.
My favorite are these cute green Yoda earrings, with bows. This is perfect for any geekette. They remind me of some shrinky dinks i played with as a child…and are made of acrylic. They are nice sized and you can get them pierced or clips, just contact her for your preference. She also has novelty skirts, and animal purses.
Although most of the items in her shop are at super deals, she is currently in the middle of revamping her shop. She says to be sure to check out the MEGA SALE section where items are $3 or less . Hurry, those items will be gone real soon.
Visit BunnyBunsShop today!
This selection guest curated by Design-Swag.
Photo: Courtesy of BuzzingBeesVintage on Etsy.
Makes me a bit blue to know you are getting old when the prom dresses you wore in high school are now on Etsy being sold as vintage eegads! Very cool that this was kept in pristine condition, available at BuzzingBeesVintage and that someone else can appreciate it. $68.55 from Canada but seller currently has a discount coupon code in her announcement that you can save MORE!
Courtesy: RetroChalet Etsy Shop
Akro Agate ( Azurite blue?) made marbles, and the seller thinks they may have made this too. Known for the glass swirls, this is done in pretty hues of blue. Often found on vases, this is a rectangular planter. Even as is, selling for $32 to possibly hold your marbles, at RetroChalet.