Purveyors of vintage style clothing inspired by the fashions of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s for the discerning lady.Vintage style dresses, separates and accessories.
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20th Century Foxy is an online boutique selling vintage reproduction clothing from the golden era of style - the 1930s, 40s and 50s!
We are now proudly, a brand of clothing in our own right - having launched, in March 2012, our own range of vintage inspired clothing all made in Britain in March 2012.
Our mission is to bring beautiful, demure and glamourous clothing to the world - inspired by a truly golden era.
Our values are to sell top quality clothing produced locally and in ethical circumstances and using local or regional businesses where possible.
Our passion is that we know that within these pages - there is the perfect outfit for every woman of every shape and that it will make her feel like a goddess!
We hope you enjoy this site as much as we did making it - we would like to express our thanks to our brand ambassadors and friends; Missy Malone, Slinky Sparkles, Millie Dollar, Bthany Jane Davies, Susan Gresham and Rebecca Morton.
Thanks also to photographers Phil Witcomb, Kim Nicholls and Suzy Allison.
Our Own Brand
If you are interested in stocking British Made 20thCenturyFoxy garments - please visit our wholesale site - click here
History and our humble beginnings...
2CF owner, Clare Quartermaine, bought her first vintage outfit when she was 14 - with the ill gotten gains from a rotten cleaning job. This was the start of many purchases - and resulted in the birth of an obsession in vintage clothing that started to get out of control! After a few children and a few changes in clothes sizes, the dissappointment when finding that the perfect dress doesnt fit you and there are no other sizes available, became too much to bear!
However, there are fabulous designer makers with the same obsession it seems... using new fabrics and new methods to give a vintage look but with the added benefit of sizes to choose from! Combining this with Clare's current role in marketing, saw the birth of 20thcenturyfoxy.com.