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Portsmouths Vintage, Vinyl & Indie Boutique  

The finest array of vintage and alternative clothing, obscene and obscure gifts and more vinyl than your dead Nan's attic. Deep in the belly of bohemian Southsea beats a fearless heart of all things alternative and sub cultural. The Independent Republic of Albert Road, established in 1996, Dress Code is an independent specialist vintage boutique and record store. For over 20 years we have been stretching sartorial symbolism to breaking point and bludgeoning blandness on every side, catering to every species of subculture vulture while showing the corporate pretenders how it's done.

From Fathers Day presents for a die-hard punk, to the first leather jacket and Doc Martens boots for the newly fledged goth, Dress Code supplies a smorgasbord of unusual and quirky gifts, alternative and vintage clothing for all shapes, sizes and styles and first press vinyl records for even the pickiest collector. Not available on the high street, unique and alternative accessories for those who want to be scene but not herd! Always in stock with tons of rare vintage vinyl, cassettes and memorabilia, available in store only and browsing fully encouraged. We specialize in Punk, Metal, Classic Rock, Post-Punk, Reggae, Ska,Rarities, First Editions and Cassettes with new arrivals weekly. Come and have a browse, or contact us via email, Facebook, Twitter or the ole landline on (+44)2392 731 972.

So whether you want to dress up, dress down or dress sideways, just make sure you follow the DRESS CODE to our freak, chic and geek boutique!


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Sex Pistols Fridge Magnet featuring classic album logo
Sex Pistols Never Mind The Bollocks Fridge Magnet
 half moon bay 

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Great piece of band memorabilia
Kim, Portsmouth

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It’s that week again. When you suddenly look around town and that heart stopping feeling comes in, when you begin to question a part of your identity you never considered: Am I old now? Watching a hoard of IKEA furniture, crying parents with serious Freudian issues, and a sweeping cold only describable as a low level biological attack descend on your city every September isn’t without ...
Posted by Dress Code on 04 September 2017 00:00

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