Get Mod: ’60s Style

Break out your mini skirt and Go-Go boots, 'cause we're going way back to the swinging '60s

Get Mod: '60s Style

If I could go back in time and transport myself to one decade, it would be the 1960s. Don’t get me wrong, I love my iPhone and Starbucks, but I would give it all up for a chance to see the Beatles in concert while dressed in a mini shift dress, knee-high boots, and my hair styled in a high bouffant. I just think there’s something so chic about the ’60s.



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Case in point: Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot, Jackie O. These style icons of the 1960s always looked perfectly pretty and pulled together. And it was during this time that one of the biggest fashion subcultures emerged. The mod (short for “modernist”) movement started in London in the early ’60s and quickly spread to the states. Mod fashion was all about bright colors, beehive hairstyles, and of course … the mini skirt.



And while the mini skirt has never really gone out of style, the look of the decade has recently had a resurgence. Between “Mad Men,” Lana Del Rey (and her retro bombshell look), and the Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 show, I’m starting to wonder what time period we’re actually living in.



If you want to get in on the trend, but don’t want to look like you’re wearing a Halloween costume, follow this guide. Inside are all the tips and tricks you need to pull off ’60s style in the year 2012.