Gold Metallic Party Shirt
Gold Metallic Party Shirt
Gold Metallic Party Shirt
Gold Metallic Party Shirt
Gold Metallic Party Shirt

Gold Metallic Party Shirt, Size M-XL

Regular price $85.00

A gold holographic party shirt, with 3-dimensional orbs patterns. High quality and this could be worn anywhere from a festival to a Studio 54 party through to weddings. The material feels nice and looks expensive.

The colour is very hard to photography but it's a rich gold. This disco shirt is stretchy so fits a size M like in the photos, or up to a size XL for a body hugging fit.

Please see my other listings for variations of this shirt.

Lying flat, the armpit to armpit measurement is 56 cms but stretches comfortably to 58 cms. Length from the base of the collar to the bottom is 71 cms.



The shirt comes in both long and short sleeves, in both silver and gold colour. Please select the option you wish to choose.


This shirt is reminiscent of the psychedelic shirts that first became available in the 1960’s, made famous by Jimi Hendrix and others, who were inspired by the Dandies of the late 19th century, who wore rich colours and patterns. As fashions became more progressive, a wider variety of materials and fabrics were made, which appealed to those with more individual tastes. People that wanted to stand out from the crowd and give the middle finger to authority and old conservative ways. In England, there was a whole slew of musicians who pushed the envelope with fashion, and created a counter culture. Much of which was purchased and influenced by the designers of Carnaby St and Kings Rd, in London. It wasn’t just women’s fashion that went through a revolution. Mary Quant and Biba were the big names in womens fashion but equally as influential but lesser known were mens designers, Michael Fish and John Stephen. Some of the men's fashion boutiques of the time in London, included Hung On You in the Kings Road, Blades in Dover Street and Granny Takes a Trip, also on the King's Road. Some of the popular styles of the 60s that were so different than the conservative times of the 1950s were the peacock style, influenced by continental Europe, where clothes were flashier and more colourful. In the 70s military style became big, in part thanks to Mick Jagger who wore a Victorian guardsman's jacket during a televised performance on Ready Steady Go! in 1966 and informal.


Psychedelic fashion became a representation of the way external reality can be transformed by the visions projected on the mind's internal screen. Psychedelic fashions existed within a cultural context that expressed the radical lifestyles of the hippies, the transcendent acid experience as well as constructed environments that sought to simulate the acid experience. Psychedelic fashion became an indispensable component of the total environment created in clubs. Psychedelic fashion was a quintessential 1960s movement. Although it was eventually, and to some degree opportunistically, embraced by virtually every mainstream design and sector of the fashion industry, it would be hard to isolated a single designer or even a cluster of designers who could be credited for its invention or promotion. Nevertheless, the psychedelic preoccupation with light and the total environment reached a paradigm at the Manhattan boutique Paraphernalia in 1966, when electrical engineer Diana Dew devised a vinyl dress that turned-on at the command of the wearer and could be coordinated to the throbbing beat of the disco soundtrack. That same year, Yves Saint Laurent brought psychedelic light and color to the table with a bridal gown that flashed an incandescent flower, for the finale at a runway show.

Shipping Info 

  • Shipping rates are combined and calculated at the checkout.
  • Rates start at $9
  • Free delivery on orders over $100.
  • Dispatched within 1-2 days.
  • Express post, insurance and signature on delivery upgrades are available at the checkout.
  • International postage with tracking, is calculated at the checkout. 

Returns Info

  • We accept exchanges but not refunds.
  • Exchanges must be lodged within 3 days of delivery
  • Buyer pays return postage.
We estimate our sizes based on these charts. Measure yourself to find out your size.

We also provide measurements of the garment in the description, and
suggest you grab a tape measure and compare the size to something
similar of your own, to best gauge how it will fit.

We pride ourselves on the high standard of our vintage items and will not offer anything for sale that looks too worn out, has noticeable stains or needs repairs.  However, being vintage, you should expect that most items will have signs of general wash and wear.  We inspect every item carefully and will describe any noticeable faults, such as holes, marks or fading in the listings. 

How we rate the condition...

Brand New- Newly made products.

Excellent- Flawless, no signs of wear.

Very good-slightly worn, or a negligible fault that is not obvious.

Good- may have some wear and/or minor fading, small marks,stains, minor pilling,  a few stitches missing etc.

Fair- Has obvious flaws, however is still wearable and/or collectable.  Faults will be outlined in the listing.


Why Shop with us?

Free delivery on

every order in Australia

Eco friendly business

Support Local Small Business

in Australia