Lindy Bop Sale Favourites

As I never tire of telling you all, I’m a big fan of Lindy Bop. I adore their huge selection of vintage inspired dresses and I love the affordability. I wear their dresses on days when real vintage pieces would be too fragile (pretty much every day out with kids). I was a little bit excited and very worried about my bank balance, when I saw that they’d launched their biggest sale ever. So many of the items I’ve been coveting are now at ridiculously low prices and I have to confess I’ve already made a big order!

Lindy Bop Kelly Paradise Review
The gorgeous tropical print Kelly dress which I reviewed earlier this year is now reduced to £24.49

Lindy Bop Sale Marlene Blue Floral Dress
It’s hard to choose favourite dresses, as I like so many but I think the Ophelia (£16.09) and Marlene (£24.49) in gorgeous shades of blue would look beautiful in any wardrobe.

Lindy Bop Review Vintage Frills
All three of the dresses we reviewed this summer are now in the sale, so lovely little girls don’t need to miss out either. The Joy dress worn by me is now  £24.49 and the kid’s Audrey dresses are now just £10.49 each.

Lindy Bop Sale Marlene Banana Leaf Dress
One of the things that made it into my basket was the Malene dress (£24.49) in the banana leaf print, I’ve wanted it for ages and I can’t wait to try it on. The Tara in teal (£20.99) is the perfect dress for wearing all year round and is a real classic.

Lindy Bop Sale
I’m liking all the gorgeous shades of blue, although there are dresses in laterally every colour available in the sale. The Courtney Floral dress (£20.99) could be put away to bring out in the spring. The lovely Wedgwood blue of the polka dot Hannah dress (£20.99) really caught my eye. I love the classic cut of the dress.

There are literally hundreds of things to choose from in the sale. I picked up a few skirts and a couple of evening dresses to see me through the winter, as well as some lovely new dresses. I’ll try to post up a haul as soon as they arrive.

Check out the full range of sale items on the Lindy Bop website.

6 Comments

  1. SaraLily October 26, 2015 / 6:33 pm

    I got a bit too excited when the sale was shared on social media and immediately splurged. With prices that low, how could I not? I got 2 dresses a petticoat. I’ve never worn a LindyBop petti before so I’m curious to try theirs out. I also got the Courtney dress in the green shade – I had similar thoughts, that it was a Spring dress but I may try to wear it once when it arrives because it’s just TOO CUTE!! =D

    • vintagefrills October 26, 2015 / 6:49 pm

      I wear a lot of spring and summer dresses in the winter with cardigans and tights. Also with vintage style dresses you can wear them every year so they’re always worth getting even if they are out of season.
      I bought way more than I should of done, but it was all a total bargain so it’s OK!

  2. swiveltam October 26, 2015 / 6:47 pm

    WOW! Those prices and dress are pretty fantastic! You look great in them, too! I do a lot of swing dancing and sometimes you just can’t wear vintage. I sew a lot from vintage patterns, but haven’t been inspired lately b/c of the mess of sewing.

    This is awesome. I’m going to scoot over and see if they ship to the US! Thanks for sharing this!

    ~ Tam Francis ~
    http://www.girlinthejitterbugdress.com

    • swiveltam October 26, 2015 / 6:50 pm

      Woo hoo. they have a US site with many of the same dresses! Sooooo excited. So much more affordable than Modcloth. I don’t know how I missed this site. You’re a doll!

  3. Porcelina October 27, 2015 / 9:11 am

    Oo i got tempted too, but just bought a top that I was going to buy full price anyway! The other week I bought a different top (now returned) and the ankle-grazer trousers, which are fab. Can’t wait to see your buys on your person! x

    • vintagefrills October 27, 2015 / 9:27 am

      I saw your review and thought the trousers looked really lovely on you. They are definitely going to be a future purchase for me.

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