But that was then and this is now: Yes it's true that Rockabilly has its roots in 1950's style, but fashion has come a long way. What about denim? One of fashions most recognized fabrics since way back when the likes of a brooding James Dean made his pair of Lee 101 jeans famous in Rebel Without a Cause. Denim has become a part of fashion consciousness ever since. Is there any place for this hard wearing and fitting fabric in today's Rockabilly Pin Up...?
|Signature Turned Up Blue Denim Pencil Skirt £39.50|
Want something Rockabilly for your formal office look? Think 'Nautical' for your inspiration, smart but at the same time playful. The Nautical Nancy skirt from Rockabilly Pin Up is a great way to spruce up any office outfit by adding a huge dollop of Rockabilly! The darted hem line along with the high waist feature are perfect examples of why denim is just right for that professional Pin-Up look. Team with a stripy top (as featured) or even a fitted open top blouse.
|Nautical Nancy Denim Pencil Skirt £37.50|
|Denim and Red Gingham Sailor Dress by Nubia £49.50|