1. Hot Pink Mini Dress
If the 60s were about standing up to make your voice heard, then this hot-pink dress certainly makes a statement. The rebellious short length is balanced by the shirt collar, making it equal parts cheeky and formal. Wear from morning through to night.
2. Graphic Print Romper
This romper is super fun, just like the 60s. The geometric design offers a healthy dose of the decade’s obsession with graphic prints and patterns.
3. Plaid miniskirt
Born during the Swinging Sixties, the miniskirt is one of the earliest symbols of female rebellion. This plaid one recalls some of the most popular designs from the decade and would undoubtedly have been a Twiggy favourite!
4. White Sunglasses
Although a little on the pricey side, no 60s wardrobe would be complete without a pair of white cat-eye shades. This pair looks like it was pulled straight from the set of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Thanks, Audrey!
5. Printed Turtleneck Top
Bringing a little more geometric design into your life by matching this turtleneck classic with a pair of denim bell bottoms.
6. High-Waisted Wide-Legged Jeans
These jeans are perfectly 60s inspired. Dress up with heels or down with sneakers.
7. Tweed Dress
The hippie decade was simply mad about tweed – and what better way to wear it than this short-sleeved mini shift dress? Pair with go-go boots to complete the look.
8. White boots
Did someone say go-go boots? Coming from the French word for joy or happiness – la gogue – you’d be hard-pressed to not have a smile on your face with these classic white, knee-high boots.
9. Mustard Slingbacks
They did love a pair of slingbacks in the 60s, and so do we! Stay shining bright in this woven orange-mustard leather pair.