• Emma (My Vintage)

My Vintage November Favourites

Remember, remember, the Fifth of November

Gunpowder treason and plot

I see no reason why gunpowder treason

Should ever be forgot

Welcome to November! I promise not to talk about the current pandemic/political situation but I just want to start by saying I hope you are all as well as you can be during this time, and I hope to brighten your day a little with some vintage goodness.


I have added some real gems to the website over the last few weeks and of course I wanted to show you my absolute favourites... so grab your drink of choice (Galaxy hot chocolate for me) and let’s take a look at my current vintage picks.


Handbags


I’m a bit of a sucker for a good vintage handbag any time of the year, but some of these might also be the perfect Christmas gift for a lucky friend or relative too!



This beautiful 1960s vintage handbag has a lovely tortoiseshell style panel and glossy finish. This could also work really well with more modern outfits as it has a real contemporary feel to it. A firm favourite, just tap the image to see more information.



This is made from such a gorgeous leather and has a really authentic vintage feel to it. It would be ideal for a student or teacher with all the useful compartments and looks very chic too! Click the pic to see the full details.


Hats


I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I really envy those of you who can rock hats! We have had some absolutely amazing hats come into stock recently, covering several decades of historical headwear. From chic berets to flapper cloches, we have it all! Here are a few that I particularly love...



I simply adore vintage Kangol berets, they are super stylish and always so very well made. This one is particularly chic in a winter berry burgundy colour and will compliment so many different hair and skin tones. To find out more, just click or tap on the image.


Sticking with Kangol and rich autumn tones, this gorgeous fluffy hat is just so cute. It’s perfect for the chilly weather and will totally compliment your 1960s vintage coats and jackets. To find out more just click on the image.


Speaking of the 1960s, this is such a cool and iconic 60s baker boy hat in a caramel fawn - perfectly neutral to match many outfits and colours. Rock that mod look, just tap the image for more information.


Coats


It’s finally the weather to enjoy glorious vintage coats, and we some some real beauties! Who really cares what’s underneath? A good coat can make any old outfit look totally amazing!

I simply had to start with this super cool original 70s sheepskin coat, it’s just so good! All the effortless appeal of groovy 70s fashion with that quality that cannot be replicated. Super warm too, what’s not to love? Just click the pic for more information.


If you are a fan of designer vintage, or indeed love your British heritage, then this vintage Aquascutum coat is just perfect for you. Chic and made to the highest standard, the cut and colour make it super easy to wear and perfect with both vintage or more contemporary styling. You know what to do to see more, just tap the image to go to the product page.


I hope I’ve been able to give you some inspiration for some lovely vintage winter warmers and possibly some unique and special gifts too. You can also browse our website 24/7 from the comfort of your favourite chair at myvintage.uk


As always, if you have any questions at all or need any help or advice at any time, just drop me a line on any of our social media or on email at emma@myvintage.co.uk


Thank you so much for reading and I’ll see you next time!


Emma x



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