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Life right now kind of feels like the iconic episode of I Love Lucy in which Lucy and Ethel are racing to keep up with the chocolate going by on a conveyer belt. It begins slowly but eventually breaks into mass chaos as the BFFs toss chocolate anywhere they can. Take your mind off the disarray with a new line of clothes from Unique Vintage designed with a modern take on I Love Lucy classics.

There’s no “splainin” to do — it’s all gorgeous. The collection includes 12 items, such as skirts, dresses, tops, and pants, ranging from XS-5X. Find the above dress here, and then check out five of our favorites below!

Black Swiss Dot Starlet Duster | $98

Feel like a member of 1950s Hollywood with this dramatic mesh robe. It’s lined with swiss dots that sweep all the way to the floor. Pair it with the black jumpsuit ($88) for the true, cinematic-star feel.

BFF Fitted Tees | $34

Celebrate the friend you’re always getting into trouble with by snagging these Ethel and Lucy T-shirts! The white cotton shirts each feature a colorful graphic of one of the women’s names.

Houndstooth TV Star Pencil Dress | $98

It doesn’t matter what your job is (even if you’re selling questionable products), you’ll be the star of the office in this modern-meets-classic dress. The houndstooth ensemble features a belted pencil skirt with a peplum waist.

Honeymoon Swing Dress and Bolero | $128 & $68

Fans can now show the world that their significant other is the Ricky to their Lucy (or vice versa) with this matching dress and shirt. The summery fabric celebrates Ricky Ricardo’s club Babalu.

Navy & White Polka Dot Ricardo Swing Dress | $98

Picture Lucy in your head, and you can probably picture an outfit just like this. The bespeckled navy dress features a pleated skirt with a cinched waistline for that midcentury, hourglass look.

Find the entire collection (and the accessories to match) at Unique Vintage.

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Nicole Savas

Nicole Savas

As a kid, Nicole either wanted to be a professional toy player-wither or a writer. Somehow, as social media editor for The Toy Insider, The Toy Book, and The Pop Insider, she’s found a career as both. She's grateful to work somewhere that she can fully embrace both her love of teddy bears and her admiration for the Oxford comma. When she's not playing with toys at work, she's playing with her baby girl at home.