Monday, 10 June 2013

Juno Says Hello's Vintage Wonderland

Nothing is as beautiful to wear as an exquisite vintage dress. At Juno Says Hello, we source the finest vintage frocks from all over the world and bring them back to our Bloomsbury studio. 

Nora & Jelena in Juno Says Hello

A selection of our stock is available to buy online, but we encourage customers to make an appointment to see our full collection. We have everything from 1920s sequin flapper dresses to vampy 1970s disco gowns - and if we don't have it in stock, we can track it down for you. 

Karima in a 1960s embroidered coat from Juno Says Hello

Making an appointment with Juno Says Hello is personal shopping as it should be. Relaxed and friendly, over a glass of wine and with no obligation to buy. Each visitor receives a scented candle - in our new tuberose fragrance - and a printed tote. 

We also offer a 'try on at home' service for those who live outside London. Let us know which dresses you are interested in and we can send them out to your home address - simply pay P&P via PayPal. 

Emma in a 1950s dress from Juno Says Hello

We also work with personal stylists, film and television wardrobe departments, as well as fashion press.

Original 1920s dress from Juno Says Hello

Almost all of our dresses are available to hire as well as purchase - if you see something you like, get in touch and we can arrange a rental for up to one week. 

Nora in a 1950s cocktail dress from Juno Says Hello 

Want to hear what makes Juno Says Hello so different? Click here to read our testimonials from customers, stylists and journalists. 

Early 1960s rose print dress from Juno Says Hello

Each month we have a different free gift with online purchases - recent giveaways include beauty samples, books and jewellery. 

Crystal Drop Earrings - last month's free gift

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Juno Says Hello founder Rebecca Rose (with Juno...)

Rebecca writes a monthly blog for the Financial Times How To Spend It on vintage fashion and design. To read online, please click here. Over the years Rebecca has built up an impressive library on vintage fashion - customers are welcome to browse our online catalogue and borrow books at any time. 

1960s caped gown as seen in Tom Ford's movie A Single Man

1950s coat in abstract rose print from Juno Says Hello

Our summer drinks party will be on 18th July, venue TBC. Stay tuned... 

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