Up to no good

I’ve been on the caffeine again! Here I am customising another vintage denim jacket. I love getting messy and creating something new out of something old. Reworking & up cycling vintage clothing is a passion of mine and the fact that I get to do it as my job is pretty cushty!

Been on the Caffeine again!
Been on the caffeine again!As well as making a mess and giving the walls a splash of colour, I’ve been busy painting vintage denim jackets. Revamped, reworked and revived, they’re in store now and ready to RoCk n RoLL!https://www.thestellarboutique.com/product-category/fashion/clothing/…
Posted by The Stellar Boutique on Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Check out my reworked, custom denim jacket collection here

I also offer a unique personalised customisation service where you can have pretty much anything you like on pretty much anything you like! See the ‘Customised your jacket‘ details here.

New Summer Collection

The fashion clothing collection available at The Stellar Boutique has expanded rapidly this summer, bringing you a whole new array of fashion forward garments and delightful on-trend pieces.

This fun & flirty collection features pieces from our fave designer Dahlia, as well as a new addition to The Stellar Boutique – coveted new concept brand Maggie + me.  Maggie + me is an innovative brand offering a unique style statement and making new waves in the British fashion industry.

With the festival season fast approaching, these lightweight fashion essentials are a perfect buy when effectively packing minimal clothing with maximum impact! Easy wearabilty and versatility is regarded highly important of course, with the denim and playsuit acting as a staple piece for both festivals and holidays alike. Perfect with a boho carpet belt to cinch the waist and an essential fashion item to take on this seasons layering trend. The Maggie + me khaki festival jacket fits neatly into any backpack and is a must-have when considering the unpredictable British weather!

With an all-encompassing range of throw on statement jackets, playsuits, simple tees with a girly twist, culottes and harem trousers, this new collection is a beautiful combination of femininity and summer fun.

View the full fashion collections here.

Festival Fashions of 2011

With festival season fast approaching, look for covetable pieces suitable for fashion savvy music lovers!

Think 70s bohemia with flowing maxi dresses, floral headbands and denim shorts. Whilst wellies, oversized sunglasses and raincoats remain festival essentials.

By day, take inspiration from the original festival fashions of the Seventies and keep the look effortless with loose-fitting cottons, crochet and easy hanging fringing as perceived by Gucci and Roberto Cavalli.

By night, propose Studio 54 allure with shorts in lavish materials and flowers in your hair, as seen at Dior and Marc Jacobs.

Take to a vintage feel in regards to eyewear; pursue gargantuan glasses at MaxMara with the crayola bright and lively offerings from Prada and Fendi.

Isabel Lucas at Coachella - Layering with a twist.
Daring sheer shirts and Denim at Coachella.
Florals and a festival beauty regime at Fendi.
Alessandra Ambrossia at Coachella - Endless Vintage styling.
Alexa Chung at Coachella - An Autumnal crushed velvet dress with a quilted Chanel bag.
Working 70s Bohemia Chic at Coachella.
At Coachella - Chambray and Denim.
Eliza Doolittle at Coachella - Energetic and Californian Girl.
Graceful and Effortless festival hair at Erdem.
Practical, andogynous and dishevelled at Coachella.