Top secret news shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

By v2v / September 3, 2014 / News / No Comments

It’s been such an exciting couple of months for us at Vintage to Vogue. First our TV appearance on Channel 4’s “This Old Thing” hosted by Dawn O Porter, then we were absolutely delighted when we sold ten of our authentic 1920’s flapper dresses, three 1920’s capes and accessories to the costume department for use […]

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Vintage Life Magazine – September 2014 issue

By v2v / August 28, 2014 / News / No Comments

The lovely Sarah Baker has written a fabulous piece about all things vintage in Bath. Read all about it here, and look out for our lovely shop in the feature! Click here to read full article…  

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1940’s perfection

By v2v / August 13, 2014 / News / No Comments

It is always great to see one of our customers returning wearing one of their purchases and looking absolutely fab. Our 1940’s chic lady is demonstrating perfectly how this 1940s wool dress with piping detail around the collar, bow and pockets and flattering pleats on the hips should be worn with perfect matching accessories.  

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1960’s Revival

By v2v / August 10, 2014 / Fashion, News / No Comments

At Vintage to Vogue we are loving the 1960’s revival so in some ways we were sad to sell this fabulous 1960’s yellow shift dress and matching belted coat (very Jackie O), but we think you will agree that the new owner looks absolutely stunning in it. Looks like we will just have to go out […]

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Get The Goodwood Revival Look

By v2v / August 6, 2014 / News / No Comments

With the Goodwood Revival Festival fast approaching we are already getting customers in looking for outfits and styling advice. This ostrich leather bag and shoes with saucy red forties hat might be an option. If you are off to Goodwood Revival and need any styling advice why not pop in for a chat and try […]

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Kendall saves us from the summer rain

By v2v / August 2, 2014 / Fashion / No Comments

This wonderful umbrella is by Kendall. The company was founded by William Wheeler Kendall in 1870. He started selling umbrellas from a barbers shop in Northampton Street Leicester using Fox frames. By the 1960’s its umbrellas were being sold world wide and they had over 100 stores. Selling to the Royal Family and even supplied […]

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Fashion on the Home Front

By v2v / July 19, 2014 / Events, Fashion, News / No Comments

It’s been a sobering but interesting year for the nation as we have remembered and reflected on the events of the 2nd world war and the fifty year anniversary of the D Day landings. At Vintage to Vogue we have always had a real interest and a good stock of military clothing and accessories together […]

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Head over heels for hats!

By v2v / July 16, 2014 / Fashion / No Comments

We always get excited when a customer finds a hat they really love. This authentic 1920’s fine straw cloche hat looks stunning and has fine detailing at the back so that you look good whether you are coming or going! If you have always wanted to wear a hat but are unsure what style suits […]

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Bath Guitar Festival and Vintage tunes

By v2v / July 14, 2014 / Events / No Comments

If you love music then you’ll love this event – Bath Guitar Festival starts next week (20July to 6 August). It’s two weeks of free workshops and wonderful concerts so make sure you check out the website. We love music here at Vintage to Vogue and although we don’t have any guitars in-store we do […]

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Calling all Chaps

By v2v / July 9, 2014 / News / No Comments

Calling all Chaps! Grab your cravats and wax those facials hairs as the annual Chap Olympiad is happening this weekend! The Chap Olympics is a gathering place for the most eccentrically dressed Sportsmen and Sportswomen of the nation. At Vintage to Vogue we like nothing better than well dressed chaps, and chapesses, and we pride ourselves in […]

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