The 60s are back. As seen on the catwalks at Aquascutum and Burberry to name a couple, the sixties have swung back in style this season. Shift dresses, mohair, mustard and knee high stacked heel boots are key to this style.
Richmond Shoulder Bag
The clean lines and shoulder strap of this Reiss bag gives it a modern, retro feel. The rich pumpkin shade is ideal for the autumn months ahead.
60s Chic Fashion Trend
We’ve taken one of our favourite looks from the season and broken it down into some key pieces which will help you get the look.
Rather than wear it head to toe you can simply add a hint of 60s to your classic look – team a simple mustard crew neck with cropped trousers, pumps and a floppy hat for an effortless retro look.
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3.1 Phillip Lim Pleated Wool Mini
This simple camel skirt will ooze sixties chic when teamed with the season’s hottest colours, mustard and orange.
Pucci Felt Hat
A statement piece that can easily be teamed with a simple outfit or winter coat.
Burberry Wool Coat
If you’re looking for a statement coat this winter, Burberry is a great place to start. The tangerine colour screams sixties. Team with opaque tights and a statement bag, to complete the look.
Roll Neck Jumper
A simple polo neck is versatile piece which can be worn under tunics or on its own with jeans and a blazer. The warm, soft material with its long sleeves and gathered detailing round the shoulders is a must in the winter months.
Sergio Rossi Platform Ankle Boots
Delicate, rich, light brown, leather ankle boots work perfectly with 60’s essentials, fur bonnets and Peter Pan collars.
Mulberry Lily Bag
An understated over the shoulder bag by Mulberry fits every occassion, whether worn across the body or as a cluth with the chain strap tucked in.