Vintage Inspired Prom Dresses by London Label Fever Designs

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Nothing shouts sophisticated lady more than a statement print and an elegant silhouette…

And the vintage-inspired Fever Designs has this down to a fine art. Taking inspiration from flea markets and vintage stores all over the world – first designs were inspired by a pair of 1960s trousers found in LA and a 50s dress found in Milan – Fever Design has an impressive selection of retro styles for a variety of occasions (there’s even a gorgeous Empire style wedding dress for £129.99). The site stocks everything from flared trousers to billowy 60s style tops, but because spring is finally with us and I’m in an occasion kind of mood I’ve chosen to put together a small garden party edit. Posher than a picnic but pre-cocktails – I’m in a Great Gatsby kinda mood needless to say! Obviously these aren’t flapper style dresses, but what they are is another big trend for spring/summer ’13 – the prom dress. And it’s such an easy shortcut for putting together a fun but formal look. I’ve just bought myself a salmon-coloured short lacy prom dress which I’ll be wearing with a boxy blazer and sky high Jeffrey Campbell Litas, but of course you can go much more conservative chic with this look pairing with a cropped cardigan (Fever Designs does a lovely cream one with 3/4 length sleeves) and sandal of the moment, the two strap. You can find all the dresses above and more at nice and friendly prices (between £70-90) online at Fever Designs and at their W1 store just near Oxford Street.


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  1. Yes, these are all so lovely! I think my fave though is the white one with the yellow detailing at the bottom – so chic! Prom next week? Exciting! You must post your dress! x

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