Sunday, November 14, 2010

Retro Queen

Rockabilly became popular in the 50s because of its sexy, laid-back style. Sixty years later and it's still gracing our streets and there is a new store in town for your favourite pin-up threads.

You can try to sew a tulle petticoat and irresistible cherry dress but as the owner of Gasoline Queen, Natasha Sayers, found, it's not that easy! Instead we suggest you step away from the sewing machine and head to Gasoline Queen at 25 Bridge Rd, Richmond, Melbourne, to browse affordable and good quality psychobilly, rockabilly and pin-up trends for gals and guys.

Gasoline queen stocks labels from the US, Mexico, the UK and Australia. Their super range includes clothing, accessories, shift knobs, shrunken heads, day of the dead figurines, prints and homewares. So if you’re feeling like a bit of a change, pop on in to get yourself kitted out with a new rad look! (03) 9427 9024. Open Tuesday – Sunday.

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