Rockabilly Clothing

Collectif Clothing Polka-Dot Stella Doll Rockabilly Dress

Posted on August 18, 2009 in Collectif, rockabilly clothes, rockabilly clothing, rockabilly dress, rockabilly dresses by

Rockabilly clothing is the hot new trend to be seen in.  Are you wondering how you can achieve this?

Collectif clothing have hit the nail on the head, bringing you this simple yet sexy, polka-dot stella doll rockabilly dress. Perfect for achieving that cool 1950s look.

polka dot dressCollectif specialize in rockabilly dresses and psychobilly clothing as worn by rockabilly dolls, pin up princesses & psycho bitches worldwide.

This cute dress comes in various sizes, with all over white polka dots on a jet black dress. The dress is just fitted under the bust to keep your feminine shape with white band detail to highlight this. Just above the bust is a cute white collar effect. Finished with a halter neck, this dress is stunning.Perfect for any shape or size this dress is one that is needed in every girl’s collection.

This rockabilly dress is perfect for lazy days in the sun or going shopping but doubles as a super cool dress to go out in, in the evenings. You can dress it up with heels or keep it casual with a cardigan and flats.

Made from 98% cotton and 2% elastine this dress is robust and easy to care for, making a good quality item for any collection.

To get this super cute rockabilly dress, get down to Egg and Chips Clothing now!

Dita Von Teese: Rockabilly Clothing Fashion Icon

Posted on August 15, 2009 in Pin Ups, rockabilly clothing, rockabilly dress, rockabilly dresses by

Dita Von Teese is the most famous burlesque star of the 21st century; she is a fashion icon and in recent times a fashion designer. Dita is a self-styled fashion icon who has been the very highest in several international best dressed lists and has modelled at many high profile fashion shows.

dita-von-teese-in-rockabilly-dressShe is notorious for being married to Marilyn Manson. She has inspired countless fashion designers including especially John Galliano, Marc Jacobs and Jean Paul Gaultier. You will recognise her by her trademark rockabilly clothing look, which comprises of black hair, victory rolls, cherry red lipstick and staple rockabilly dress. The slim fit skirts and stockings make her the queen of rockabilly and pin up clothing. When she was growing up she longed to become a pin-up girl like those she was fascinated by; little did she know she would  one day become the world’s most sought after star in burlesque history. For both her style and ambition she has inspired many young women to follow in her foot steps.

Dita, as a self-styled fashion icon, has not only produced her own line of lingerie, working closely with one of the big names in lingerie, she also has her own collection of full-fashioned seamed stockings and developed her own pin-up lipstick range with MAC.

Dita is opening the doors of rockabilly clothing to the mainstream fashion world. She is a leader in rockabilly clothing and her legacy will inspire rockabilly girls for many, many years to come.

If you want to get Dita Von Teese’s look, then visit Egg and Chips Clothing where you can find the best names in Rockabilly fashion.

Rockabilly Clothing

Posted on August 11, 2009 in rockabilly clothing by

rockailly clothing

Rockabilly Clothing has been strong since the birth of rock and roll. It has become a sophisticated yet still edgy look, due to its continual revival over the years, up to the present day.

Through the years, many fashion crazes have come and gone, but there’s something about rockabilly clothing that we just can’t get enough of.

50s rockabilly clothing is very visible within the alternative community and doesn’t seem to be going out of favour in a hurry. Bands like Horrorpops, The Cramps and Demented Are Go are some of the modern ambassadors of 50s style, as is Dita Von Teese and she really keeps rockabilly clothing looking fresh yet retro.

It’s clear to see that many of us are influenced by music, but with rockabilly clothing everyone takes a piece of it and makes it ther own. Whether it’s by wearing a zombie tee and a pair of creepers, or by wearing a printed cocktail dress with cherry print heels, there’s always some way to keep rockabilly clothing individual.  Brands like TUK Shoes, Collectif, Dead Threads, Miss fortune and Living Dead Souls have it made it easy to master this look. If you are ready to wear rockabilly clothing you can pick up items from these cool brands at