Dress like Gaby Teller in Man from UNCLE

My new fashion muse – Gaby Teller in Guy Ritchie’s Man from U.N.C.L.E. Love her style! I’ve broken down the key outfits with where suggestions and ideas of where you can easily buy the equivalents online without having to trawl through vintage clothes markets or charity shops.


Perhaps not the whole outfit, authentic overalls are either going to work in a job that legitimately needs them, or the very fashion forwards. The head scarf however, yes. I just got this little beaut from Asos and there are a number of other head scarves on there. Well they are ‘skinny scarves’. Head scarves do not appear to have joined the rest of the 60s and 70s resurgence at the moment. All above from Asos.



love this Glamorous 60’s Shift Dress, also available in black and white. Pair with matching Gabriel Mist shoes from Clarks and the Top Hat bag from Debenhams. The hat is a vintage ‘bubble style’ hat from the 60s found on Etsy, accompanied by a range of vintage mod style earrings and a big statement ring. Once pictures is from Macy’s but there are loads of vintage and up-cycled rings on Etsy.


yellow outfitThis Warehouse 60s shift dress is pretty spot on for this outfit. Slightly thinner material but definitely the right shape and style. Accessorise with White straw floppy hat and retro tortoiseshell sunglasses both available on Asos and some mod style dangly earrings on Etsy.


green dress

This dress from Coast, but I can no longer find it on sale, which is a real shame as it was the closest match I could find in a green and white shift dress. Alternatively there’s this plain green shift dress from Marks and Spencer – but it does have the perfect cut and shape. Again accessorise with some cool vintage earrings from Etsy, there’s a huge range available both handmade and authentic 60s vintage.

EP-307209809.jpg&q=80&MaxW=550&MaxH=400&RCRadius=5orangedressesAgain very difficult to find a dress that’s a perfect match. Above are some orange 60s style dresses which could do the job. The first is from Roksanda, which is my favourite. Followed by a vintage orange patterned dress (although technically 70s style) and a plain orange shift dress from Asos. Complete the look with 60s circle earringCheap Monday sunglasses and cute Ted Baker handbag.



Finally, perfect for dancing in – the Striped pyjama set from Topsho and Deadstock sunglasses found on Etsy.

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