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Roundup: Spring/Summer 2022 Pretties

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Roundup: Spring/Summer 2022 Pretties

The sun has (finally) made an appearance and we’re praying to the fashion gods for a sickly sweet, sticky hot summer worthy of all our vintage fabulousness and finery. Mrs Darling has outdone herself this year and our quality check of this season’s stock was a non-stop swoon fest with lots of trying things on (aka an after-hours fashion show!). Read on for a whistle-stop tour of some of our absolute favourites new in for the Spring/Summer season. You might want to buckle up though, there’s a lot and it’s all goooooorgeous. Psst: if you don’t have time to read...

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Three Exciting New Jewellery Brands With an Eye on the Environment

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Three Exciting New Jewellery Brands With an Eye on the Environment

We are so beyond excited to announce the arrival of three fabulous new jewellery brands to the boutique and online store! We are committed to reducing the impact that the fashion industry has on the planet with small, measurable steps every day. That’s why we have hand selected these brands for their beautiful, timeless designs and dedication to reducing the environmental impact of the fashion manufacturing process. At Voluptuous Vintage, we believe that anything we buy should be a lasting addition to our wardrobe and should be available to all budgets. That’s why we’re excited that these brands place an emphasis...

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Lua – luxurious silk velvet, with a heart!

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Lua – luxurious silk velvet, with a heart!

We felt it was only right, for International Women’s Day, to introduce our luscious accessory brand, Lua! With the majority made from luxurious silk-velvet, and in the most eye-catching colours, we adore these little bags and purses for their versatility as well as their suitability for gifting. Lua work very closely with a local small business in Vietnam that they formed ties with 17 years ago, having noticed the quality and vibrancy of items being sold whilst the founders were holidaying there. Most of the items are designed in the UK and then made in Vietnam, paying the suppliers a...

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