I adore the 1950’s vintage style dresses. They hide a lot of sins, accentuate boobs and bums and are simply timeless.
So where can you buy vintage, gothic, burlesque and alternative clothing in Australia? We’ve got all the good ones right here! So you can shop from your mobile!READ MORE 25 Cute Women’s Dresses with Pockets!
It has the day-to-day womens and menswear that epitomises the 1950’s. It also has punk and goth clothing! Make sure you tell Carolyn I sent you!
Best Part: The 50’s style dresses and the men’s black t-shirts!
Modcloth is a US site but ships worldwide and quite often they have free postage specials – even international postage. They have loads of super-cute outfits – and a HUGE range – you could spend months looking through their website. I buy quite a lot of my wardrobe from Modcloth as they are super affordable and they fit really well.
Their shoes are adorable and unique!
They have a beautiful wedding dress range.
So very French, and so very retro vintage. You’ll find stores all over Australia and they also have an online store. Great shoes and very very girly dresses.
Has retro, rockabilly, and vintage-inspired women’s fashion and homewares. They are located in Sydney West NSW and have some of the biggest retro brands.
- Shop Location: Caringbah, NSW
They offer a free gift when you make your first purchase and sign up to their newsletter.
It has punk, gothic and vintage styled clothing.
It is based in Western Australia and has beautiful dresses that accentuate the female form.
Sarsparilly is known for its lovingly crafted, vintage inspired clothing with references of pop culture, kitsch, and colour. Each garment is handmade in Australia with beautiful quality fabrics and put a smile on the face of all who wear them. Much of the fabric used is laser printed using eco friendly dyes for minimum wastage. We love supporting up and coming designers so many of our prints are by independent artists. But most of all, Sarsparilly is about joy and wearing your true colours.
Lindy Bop has some super cute and colourful outfits that are classy enough to wear to a wedding. I just put in an order on a few tops and can’t wait for them to arrive!
Bonsai Kitten is retro and pin up inspired clothing and underwear for the modern gal who loves a cherry twist of vintage.
Australian designed vintage reproduction and rockabilly clothing, made for the modern dame.
Your specialist in Rockabilly & Vintage style shoes in Australia! Pinup Couture, Banned Apparel, I Love Billy. Buy Now, Pay Later with AfterPay & ZipPay!
Dangerfield is a Melbourne born and bred label, infusing guys and dolls in Australia and abroad with an edgy Rock n Roll style!
Desvalido Australia – Lingerie and sleepwear made with love in Newcastle, shop our signature silk French knickers, lace bralettes and more now with AfterPay!
One woman shop inspired by old school bikers, heavy metal, nature, & rock ‘n’ roll. Based in Sydney, Australia. Handmade and sweatshop free!
Local AU Online store for alternative footwear: Formal, Bridal, Evening, Exotic Dancers, Pleaser, Demonia, Goth and Rock styles for men and women in Australia.
Purveyor of fabulous fashion for curvy gals and guys.
Clothing and accessories for the strange and unusual.
Rockabilly, Pinup & 50s Inspired ladies clothing and fashion accessories.
That Shop offers modern women, 50’s, vintage inspired, retro labels like Collectif, Retrospec’d, Pinup, Hell Bunny, Miss Candyfloss & The Pretty Dress Company!
Established in 2002 RetroStar Vintage Clothing has grown into the largest vintage store in Australia. Located in the heritage Nicholas Building in Swanston Street Melbourne, it is home to an extensive range of vintage clothing, shoes, bags and accessories
It has alternative clothing, rockabilly, funky makeup and accessories, nail polishes and black tee’s.
Stop Staring has very glamorous retro dresses and beautiful cocktail dresses fit for any occasion. Located in the US, but many stores stock the brand here in Australia. Sizes run pretty small though – so always go up a size.
Where do you buy women’s rockabilly and vintage-inspired women’s clothing?