Sunshine is great, ice cream is delicious but my absolute favourite thing about summer is the chance to wear my Hawaiian vintage dresses. Sassy, sexy and just plain fun, Hawaiian vintage dresses are essential for your pinup wardrobe. The hot weather is the perfect excuse for you to up your fashion ante with one of these beauties.
You can read my in-depth guide full of useful tips and tricks here. Now scroll down for all the tropical frocks I’ve been lusting after lately.
Ravishing in Red
For a truly authentic vintage look, you can’t beat Vivien of Holloway. Their stunning sarong dress comes in loads of different prints, but this red Oriental fabric has stolen my heart. It’s a real showstopper of a frock.
Put a Wiggle in Your Walk
Lindy Bop consistently provide clothes that give me the that euphoric new dress high without the downward guilt spiral that usually follows. I love, love, love them. And how spectacular is this dress? I’m so into those vibrant colours, that seductive shape and the pop of hot pink.
All About Flamingos
Hawaiian vintage dresses embody fun and playfulness. That’s why I’m a lot in love with this flamingo print halter by Bettie Page Clothing. It’s tongue in chic.
I have a couple of Hell Bunny halter neck swing dresses like this one but in different prints. I love wearing them because the design is that rare combination of pretty and comfy. They are ideal for hot weather and this bamboo pastel pattern is just adorable. It’s like a wide-eyed kitten, just begging me to take her home.
Causing A Heatwave
How awesome is this dress?? I love the attention to detail that’s gone into the design. Those crossover straps and the wraparound pencil skirt make it extra special. And can we please talk about this print? Drop dead gorge.
Fierce and Fabulous
You can never have too many leopard print dresses and this sarong dress in leopard print is all kinds of amazing. The matching bolero makes for a killer party outfit. Let them hear your style roar.
Twirling in Tiki
There are so many fantastic Hawaiian prints around and this one is particularly marvellous. The colour combination of deep blues and rich pinks is utterly beautiful. Plus as anyone who has ever had a nosey at my Outfit Diary will know, I’m 100% addicted to Collectif’s Dolores dresses.
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