Totness Vintage - an Earth-friendly option
What we have
Mediaeval 3 Girls' wear
Jane Austen style 1, XS and S
Jane Austen style 2 M
Mid-19th century repro: Gone with the Wind 1
Mid-19th century repro: Gone with the Wind 2
Mid-19th century and "Colonial" reproductions: 2. Some modern, some vintage.
Edwardian XXS 1
Edwardian XXS 2 : separates
Edwardian XS 1
Edwardian XS 2 linen
Edwardian XS 3: silk
Edwardian XS 4; separates
Edwardian S 1
Edwardian S 3; separates
Edwardian S 4: separates continued
Edwardian M 1: cotton
Edwardian M 2: silk
Edwardian M 3: linen
Edwardian M 4; separates
Edwardian L 1
Edwardian L 2
Edwardian L 3: separates
Edwardian L 4; separates continued
Edwardian L 5; separates continued
Edwardian S 2
Edwardian for display or study; not robust enough to wear
Edwardian for display or study 2; not robust enough to wear
1920s (flapper) 1 XS, S, M
1920s 2 S and M
1940s 1 XS and S
1930s and 1940s 2 M
1950s full skirt (rockabilly) 2 XS and S
1950s full skirt (rockabilly) 3 S and M
1950s: white or cream dresses and suits
1950s: white or cream dresses and suits continued
1950s straight dresses including wiggle and cocktail 1
1960s 1, Jackie Kennedy styles included
1960s 2: Mod dresses, Alfred Shaheen included
1970s 1: flowers everywhere: S and M
1970s 2: flowers everywhere: Alfred Shaheen, M and L
1970s and 80s Victorian Revival style 1
1970s and 80s Victorian Revival 2
Coats and hats 1: Edwardian
Coats, capelets and shawls 2: Edwardian
Coats 3: 1920s - 1940s
Coats 4: 1950s and 1960s
Children's formal wear: capes
Children's Scottish wear 1: kilts
Children's Scottish wear 2
Children's Scottish wear 3: jackets
Girls' wear 1: Edwardian
Girls' wear 2: 1950s
Girls' wear 3: original 1950s and 1950s-style dresses
Girls' wear 4: flowergirl dresses and dressups.
Girls' wear 5; flowergirl dresses and dressups.
Girls' wear 6: flowergirl and dressup dresses
Boys' formal wear 1; suits
Boys' formal wear 2; suits continued
Boys' formal wear 3; shirts
Menswear 1: Scottish jackets
Menswear 2: Kilt jackets
Menswear 3; tartan kilts
Menswear 4 kilts for men and teens
Menswear 5: kilts for sale , alphabetical listing.
Menswear 6; kilts, medium
Menswear 7; larger kilts for sale
Menswear 8: accessories; shirts to go with kilts
Menswear 9: clan crest keyrings.
Menswear 10: vintage formal wear
Edwardian S 3; separates. Because no two whites are the same, we suggest pairing a white with a colour. Pigeon-breast styles should be worn loose about the bust.
Esh10. B 102, waist 66, hip 105, length 70cm. Net with mousseline de soie, embroidered with butterflies. $85.
Esh11. B 90 (should be worn loose), W 64, length 44cm, sleeve length approximately 41cm (dolman sleeve). Daytime blouse, has had some repairs, some variation in colour. $25.
Esk2 Waist 64cm. length 110cm. Silk (probably raw silk), embroidered with wheat-sheaves and flowers. $135.
Esh12 B 94, W 62, length 47cm. Silk with Arts & Crafts-inspired embroidery, 1910-12. A few tiny holes, some variation in colour. $45.
Esh13 S-M B 93 (to be worn loose), W 88 (meant to be reduced by ties), length 46cm, sleeve length 42cm. Yellow embroidery on front and cuffs. Purchase $55.