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Clothes from Queen Kerosin in 1950s Rockabilly style
One of our newer brands i Mondo Kaos is German Queen Kerosin.
The German repro brand Queen Kerosin, and their men's version King Kerosin, specialize in making clothes in an authentic rockabilly style. They have a penchant for all things denim; jeans, jackets, skirts, dresses and pantsuits. Everything is made with great love for the true vintage style, and with flair for a true 1950s rockabilly look, but with modern comfort in mind. Thus, there is often a bit of stretch in the clothes from Queen Kerosin, so that the clothes fit as they should but at the same time are comfortable to wear.
High-waisted skirts in 1950s Rockabilly style from Queen Kerosin
If you want a real rockabilly look, a cool denim skirt is almost impossible to avoid.
From Queen Kerosin we have skirts in a cool, flattering A-line shape. Denim skirts are ideal for those who love denim and want an alternative to jeans. A skirt gives you ample opportunity to wear some of all the beautiful vintage-inspired blouses, shirts and T-shirts, and with jeans you can create a cool rockabilly look with a retro print t-shirt, among other things.
The skirts are made based on the original rockabilly models, however they have a bit of stretch for modern comfort.
Denim pantsuits in 1950s Rockabilly style
When we talk about vintage style denim pantsuits, they just have to fit just right, be suitably cool and, not least, suit the female body.
Pantsuits from Queen Kerosin are made in high-quality vintage cuts. Many of them come with back embroidery, for that true 50's biker vibe. Of course, they suit everything from a slightly more raw look with biker boots, or with a feminine touch with heels and a red lipstick.
Denim dresses in 1950s Rockabilly style with beautiful authentic details
Queen Kerosin also specializes in the delicious denim dresses. Whether you're into pencil dresses or an A-line, the dresses from Kerosin have just the right retro look. The design is perfect for everyday wear, but also for styling your retro denim pencil dress for a party. Add some bling and high heels and you'll look like a million in your new denim dress from Queen Kerosin.
The dresses are in a good strong denim quality with a little bit of stretch, and of course they have the right cowboy studs and jeans buttons, for a real retro denim look.
Cowboy jackets in 1950s Rockabilly style from Queen Kerosene
From Queen Kerosin we also take home the beautiful 50's style jeans jacket, in the right cropped style which focuses on the waist. The jackets from Queen Kerosin have beautiful embroidery, which gives them charm and makes your cowboy jacket completely unique.
The jackets are perfect for the Rockabilly style, and here we are talking especially the 1950s and even the early 1960s, with a cool beatnik look. They have a rebellious charm and are all inspired by vintage originals.
Jeans or denim?
The answer is both. The word jeans originally comes from Genoa, (pronounced Djenova) where merchants traded the heavy, specially woven cotton fabric they called denim. Denim became the word for the fabric, which was the place where the fabric was manufactured, namely from Nîmes, or 'de Nîmes'.
See denim from Queen Kerosin in our store in Copenhagen
Stop by the store if you want to see more retro and vintage style clothes in denim. We are always ready with advice and guidance. Take a look first at our webshop to see what we have, as we only take home a few of each, but on the other hand, we have a large replacement. Whether you are looking for something very special or want to be inspired, we are in the store to help you find the perfect vintage style denim outfit. And it is certain that we always have denim in vintage style!
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