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Get ready for the new season with these retro inspired fashions

Published 01/03/2013

Dress, £29.99, shoes, £74.99, bag, £14.99
Dress, £29.99, shoes, £74.99, bag, £14.99
Dress, £29.99, shirt, £27.99, shoe, £29.99,
Jumper’ £19.99, shirt, £27.99, skirt, £18.99, trainers, £46.99
Shirt, £29.99, shorts, £24.99, bag, £24.99
Top, £19.99, jeans, £29.99, sandal, £35.99, bag, £24.99,
Vest, £12.99, skirt, £19.99 jacket, £39.99
Top, £9.99, skirt, £23.99
Steven GStar T-shirt, DV8 £35.99 Jeans, DV8, £39.99 Jenny Tie dye tee, DV8, £12.99 Jean, DV8, £29.99 Bracelet, DV8, £9.99 Sunglasses from a collection at DV8
Jenny Bustier top, DV8, £17.99 Paisley print jean, DV8, £29.99 Jewellery from a collection at DV8. Steven Hoody, DV8, £29.99 Polo, DV8, £24.99 Chino, DV8, £34.99

Taking inspiration from the Nineties and even the Sixties, spring 2013 is set to be an eye-catching affair.

 The colour schemes are bright, approaching neon, with yellow and pink tie dyes, light knits and vest tops matched with acid-washed denim. Paisley features on jeans and tops, bringing a little Hippy Chick to your spring wardrobe.

There’s even a bit of Geek Chic, with Mary Quant-inspired swing dresses and dootsy detail shoes in DV8’s spring collections, which work well with an upstyle hair do. Crop tops, bustiers, skater skirts and tiny shorts tell us it’s not winter any more.

Must-have accessories include statement bags and ‘make an |entrance’ heels, but don’t forget for the more casual outfits a bright pair of trainers will hit the mark.

For boys, light knits, printed Tees and hoodies are best teamed with coloured chinos and jeans.

All clothes and accessories featured are from DV8, which has stores across Northern Ireland and a shopping website at

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