Pearl Lowe for Peacocks Christmas 2010 collection

10 Nov

Pearl Lowe has done some exquisite vintage style dresses for Peacocks this year. The first to make waves among style lovers was the black polyester and lace frock in the A/W 10 collection. For a dress sold for £35 by budget retailer Peacocks, it grabbed a lot of attention and featured in places only designer dresses dare tread.

Daisy Lowe for Peacocks_Polyester and Lace tea dress

Following her success with A/W, she’s just unveiled a stunning Christmas collection in another collaboration with Peacocks. All in line with her signature vintage style, the inspiration this time was from the twenties, fifties and sixties (eras we love and smack on trend). The collection featured decadent lace, pleated and crochet knit dresses plus some faux fur, all under £60. They were charmingly modelled by her daughter Daisy Lowe and unveiled yesterday at the Connaught Hotel, Mayfair London.

Now, it only makes sense that Peacock’s customer service has been inundated with calls for pre-order, this collection is a complete vintage knock out.

Pearl Lowe for Peacock_Black Lace Prom Dress_£45

Black Lace Prom Dress £45

Pearl Lowe for Peacock_Cream Dress with Black Bows_£40

Cream Dress with Black Bows £40

Pearl Lowe for Peacock_Black button-through dress_£45

Black button-through dress £45

Pearl Lowe for Peacock_Salmon pleated dress_£50

Salmon pleated dress £50

Pearl Lowe for Peacock_Cream faux fur coat_£60

Cream faux fur coat £60

Pearl Lowe for Peacock_Crochet Knit Dress_£40

Crochet Knit Dress £40

The collection will be available in stores and online from November 14th. Check it out on

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