African and Indian influence in fashion were big news in the 60s and 70s, and the use of vibrant Eastern prints is a great way to make a retro impact. This India Print Tunic by Oli is a great example of a late sixties interpretation of the influence.
The tunic shape provides a reworking of a kaftan style into the classic mini dress, with a subtle A-line silhouette and three-quarter length sleeves. Peep-hole cut outs at the collar add just enough skin, while the collar stays high for a faithful retro shape. Finished with a psychedelic print in bright colours, this dress is easily styled for sixties and seventies looks.
Get it online from Oli for £25.