Natasha Bailie Launches Clothing Line

When Natasha Bailie, the doyenne of on-line vintage dresses, moved to Singapore recently, the vintage community collectively held its breath. What does this mean???? Well she has only gone and designed a collection of vintage style dresses , a dream Natasha has held since starting her vintage emporium 3 years ago. And trust me they are lovely! They are cotton, a big plus in my book, and have kept original details such as the knife pleats on the skirt, and shelf bust.

Inspired by her favourite era – the 1950s – the dress screams Mad Men siren. Natasha has picked the best features of her favourite gowns from the thousands she has bought and sold, creating a cinched waist, full skirt and essential bow detail.

This, the first of her designs, will come in five different floral prints, all locally sourced in her new hometown of Singapore. The prints are limited edition, so you won’t bump into another Betty wearing your vintage inspired dress!

“I wanted to create a dress that brought glamour to a gal’s everyday life,” says Natasha. “Women can wear this style to weddings, special occasions and vintage soirees, but they are great for nipping to the shop for some milk too, topped with a cardi and flats.”

The dresses are available in UK 8-14, so more people can enjoy vintage style glamour. Free international shipping takes 7-10 days – but the dresses are worth the wait!  If you can’t wait that long, for an additional fee the dresses can be sent via courier and will arrive in just 2 days.

Natasha would love YOUR feedback – what shape should she do next?


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Bravo they are lovely, but bigger sizes please asap!

missmatilda commented on May 31 11 at 8:59 am

I would love to see some mod-inspired tunics in fun prints.

I adore that blue floral one. Perfect for a pick-nick or BBQ when you want cute-but-relaxed. 🙂

perdita commented on May 31 11 at 2:28 pm

I’ve never described a dress as mouthwatering before….

…but here it is.

Ellie commented on May 31 11 at 8:12 pm

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