Sunday, 14 March 2010

Sailor Girl Section on Dollydagger

Kitsch clothing and accessory store Dollydagger have gone all Sailor Girl on us, providing us with yet more marine must-haves!

Click here to see the entire collection.

You can up your sailor ante as much as you want with this lot. Be, brave and bold in retro halter dresses and espadrille style sandals, or play down the nautical look with some anchor accessories.

If you're after a beautifully cut dress, to give you curves in all the right places, this Sailor Girl halter dress is for you. Complete with little anchor buttons, this little number is dying for a day out. Team with a patent tote and simple cardi and let the dress do all the work for you. A bit pricey at £52, but with a classic cut like that, it'll never go out of style.

If you've already got your cruise wear sorted, just add this 1920s style cloche hat, handmade by Lilly Lewis for Dollydagger, £44, also available in red.

To give any of your nautical outfits some pizazz, you need these Miss L Fire Hello Sailor shoes. Also available in light blue and navy there's a pair to suit every outfit and occasion, £59.99.

Dollydagger's 'Beside The Sea' gold-plated necklace is perfect to add a little nautical charm to any outfit. Also available in silver, this piece is perfectly vintage, all for a meagre £10.00!

If you're doing sailor chic with a slice of grunge, start saving for this Lost At Sea wooden skull and rose necklace. At £112.00 it is a complete splurge, but for a handmade and dyed piece it is a solid investment.

Want to throw an afternoon party, cruise style? Get your cake-making hands on this polka dot apron which mixes nautical and Alice In Wonderland in equal parts. There's gallons of tea to be made in this little frilly Stitch Designworks piece that you won't want to take off at the end of the day. £16.00.

Making memos has never been so kitsch as with this Paper Planes notebook. Perfect for jotting down all your summer memories from top deck, and noting that delicious jam scone recipe from high tea. A vintage-style bargain at £7.50!

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