With only two sleeps to go until the Adelaide Film Festival officially opens with our gala screening of Tracks (eep!), it’s time to start thinking about the important stuff – namely, outfits.
After receiving a couple of questions as to how fancy to go for the night, we thought we’d put together a list of our favourite sources for frockspiration (and some for the guys, too). Read on, and show us what you’re wearing with the hashtag #adlff.
Tucked away down Compton Street (off Gouger), Pushpin specialises in beautiful, hand-picked vintage dresses from the 1940’s- 1970’s.
If you’re looking for one-off gems, eclectic and imaginative vintage, designer rarities and cult local and international designers, Claire is your girl.
Like (Yves) Saint Laurent, the house formerly known as Nadia’s House of Serendipity has switched its name but not its formula, delivering a dose of vintage style for men and women in the seaside suburb of Glenelg.
One for the lads, Ivy League’s CBD and Norwood stores are dedicated to offering high quality menswear inspired by the traditional fashion of the ‘Big 8’ North Eastern American universities.
Stocking the latest and greatest labels from near and far, Tu Yu’s three stores are the places to go for well-priced fashion you can wear on and off the red carpet.
New clothes AND dose of good karma? That’s exactly what you’ll get if you source your opening night look from this vintage gem, conveniently located just down the road from Palace Nova cinemas and the AFF Box Office.Back