When it comes to 60s style clothes, expect fashion pieces that focus on colors and tones and less on accessories. While it was in the 60s that psychedelic prints and mismatched patterns were introduced, highlight bold colors and printed monochromes were also embraced. If you´re into styling 60s inspired looks, there are two ways to do it – colorblocking of bright color and black, and going simple in printed monochromes.
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60s Style Contrast Collar Blouse
Take a contrast collar long-sleeved blouse in green sheer chiffon, and team with a retro style pleated jersey skirt featuring button detail to the front. I had a very similar 60s vintage blouse but instead of green, it´s brown with leopard print contrast collar, cuffs, and button fastening placket to the front. It was my favorite blouse for a while. Complete with a classic black pump and gorgeous black pump.
60s Style Flower Print Peplum Top
Peplum came back as a trend a couple of seasons back and it´s still here to stay. To embrace a peplum style with 60s appeal, go for a black and white flower print jersey with scooped neckline. Pair it with a black ponte pencil skirt for a professional look which is perfect for work or for other important functions.
60s Style Retro Spot Print Top
For a 60s inspired street look with a touch of modern details, take this retro woman spot print top with short sleeves and jersey back and team up with stud embellished slouch jeans. Complete with black studded heels and black leather bag for an edgy look.
60s Style Colour Block Dropwaist Dress
There´s a vintage element in this dropwaist dress but also with modern touch, short sleeved jersey, colour block hem and gold zip details. Simply wear it with s psir of strappy heels and put on your sunglasses for a fabulous summer look.
Are you into 60s style clothing? Which look is for you?