A new label on me, but I suspect many of you will find the Fuzzy Retro handmade 1960s clothing range very appealing.
I have featured a number of similar labels in the past. In fact, I have done a 10 of the best Mod and 1960s dressmakers round-up if you want to check out the competition on that front. Some really good makers out there right now.
But none quite like Fuzzy Retro. Well, there is some crossover between this label and the others, but they go down a couple of slightly different detours, which sets them apart from makers who just focus on dresses.
Saying that 1960s-inspired dresses are probably the focus of Fuzzy Retro. That’s generally what people want.
The dresses and the rest of the range are produced in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, with everything handmade individually for each of its customers. That’s a good thing obviously.
Attention to detail and of course, handmade means made for you. So the option to tweak the design and the size if that’s what you need. And less chance of seeing someone else in the same thing.
As I said, dresses are the focus on this label, but you can also get the likes of trouser suits, cardigans, waistcoats, skirts and 1960s-inspired bags and handbags too. A fashion range rather than just a dress range.
Plenty of options on all fronts too, so with that in mind I have pulled out a few pieces that might attract your interest. If you want to see the rest, do have a browse of the retailer’s site.
Working down the page, the yellow mod dress with belt and pocket details sells for £75. Further down, the 1960s dress in red, which also available in a light blue), has a price of £85.
The eye-catching mint green 1960s trouser suit retails for £120, the paisley Mod dress sells for £85, the retro Mod suit with Mary Quant-style buttons will set you back £165, the Mod check dress is yours for £65, the 1960s beagle-collar dress is £65 and the 1960s Mod dress with turtle collar is £75.
Accessories too, such as the round check bag is £25 and the ‘Mod’ handbag in various colours for £25.
I would recommend a full browse and I suspect the range changes regularly too. If you want to see everything, have a look at the Fuzzy Retro Etsy website.
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