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The piano neck tie is a seminal piece of 1980's fashion for any aspiring musician.
This is Elvis at his most flamboyant, you will take the stage by storm.
This long shaggy black rock star wig is just what you need to be a real guitar hero.
Jitterbug down to the hop in this red and black rock and roll skirt and matching scarf.
Pink spotty skirt and scarf for that perfect Nineteen Fifties teeny bopper look.
Hop back to the fifties in this circular polka dot rock and roll skirt and scarf.
Pretty aqua blue rock and roll circular skirt complete with matching scarf for your neck or hair.
Looks like a flick knife but turns out to be a harmless and useful comb.
Relive the late seventies and early eighties with Punk Gear.
Cool, slightly sinister dark glasses to give you a shade of hardness.
Great value flapper dress for 1920s events and jazz nights.
Get up and Go-Go in this fabadelic chequered 60s dress.
You'll be the queen of the soda parlour in this pretty 1950's fancy dress costume.
Rock it like The King in Las Vegas. This Elvis style show suit is great value.
Try these Metal style tattoo bands on your arms, wrists, legs or back and see if the look is going to work for you.
Use this new and original practical joke tattoo to shock your family and friends. This fake tattoo looks real, and it's sore too, as if it's just been done. What's more, the tattooist spelt Angel incorrectly!
This multi coloured Mohican wig will save hours in the hair salon and pounds on hair dye and give you that instant punk look at a fraction of the price.
Tartan braces were made popular by punks in the 1970s but were also a huge part of supporting the likes of the Bay City Rollers.