Peek-A-Boutique/ Ease The Squeeze

Ease The Squeeze have been selling their amazing vintage stock for just over a year, quickly collecting a tribe of dedicated fashion faction that have followed them to each of the London markets they have called home. We are pretty darn excited to confirm Ease The Squeeze as a Marketplace boutique, the first time the range has been available online. Chris from ETS previews their boutique below.

Ease the Squeeze Street Style

Q: Describe your boutique in one sentence.

We are a trend inspired original vintage and remade vintage clothing, accessory and jewellery boutique. We specialise in handpicked gems from the ‘50s to the ‘90s.

Q: How did you get into collecting Vintage clothes and accessories?

We have always worn and collected vintage clothing, so when we stumbled upon an incredible and completely unique source of supply, we knew we had just found something very special indeed. We pretty much instantly quit our jobs and set up shop. We haven’t looked back since.#

Q: What’s your absolute favourite item of stock?

Favourite item of stock would have to be our re-made ‘80s golf trousers. As soon as these turned up I had to nick a couple of pairs for myself. In my opinion, they are trouser perfection. Remade from ‘80s golf slacks, they are super comfortable – plenty of room up top,  but taper down to a slim fitting leg and ankle. They hover somewhere between a jodhpur and a super slick Saville row bespoke trouse and turn up in tweeds, tartans, subtle checks and various flat colours. So far, anyone that’s seen them, wants them.

Q: Favourite colour combination?

Favourite colour combo is lime green and bright red. (Just kidding, that would be revolting.)

Q: Best clothes in a music video?

Best clothes in a music video….this is really hard!  I guess ‘Slave to the rhythm’ by Grace Jones has some amazing outfits.  The clothes, haircuts, hats, jewellery are all wicked. There is rather a lot of nakedness too, which doesn't hurt.

Watch it on Youtube.

Q: 3 songs from the ease the squeeze stereo?

1. Juicy fruit by Mtume

2. Dear God by Monsters of folk

3. Anything by Flying Lotus