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Injecting some colour into your Winter wardrobe can make all the difference, combatting the grey weather with killer style. This Contrast Coat from Miss Selfridge adds a spark of brightness, with some unmistakeable sixties chic thrown in for good measure.
Looking for something versatile and stylish in your retro outerwear, but loathe to opt for classic black? This Cobalt Charlotte Coat from Monsoon could be just the ticket, providing all the everyday wearability of a plain black number with something a little extra.
There's always plenty of choice out there for fifties lovers who favour dresses and skirts, but for a more relaxed take on the era's style it can be a trickier shopping trip. That's what makes these High-Waist Jeans from American Apparel worth a look, with a classic shape that you'll want to pair with everything.
Though the 1960s may be fondly remember as a decade that made waves in fashion, it wasn't just the youth market offering up iconic pieces. Thanks to the big name brands like Chanel, a decidedly more prim and chic style pervaded too, making this Velvet Trim Jacket from Topshop a nice take on a more grown up 60s look.
For a truly timeless sixties look simplicity is often the key, with the mid-decade styles relying on great cuts and fabric choices to create a sharp style. This Blue Spot Blouse from Topshop imitates that aesthetic well, offering a top with a subtle chic.
The use of a slightly sheer chiffon fabric adds some daring femininity to a conservatively cut shirt with long sleeves and high collar. The peter pan collar, combined with a peep hole notch at the back, add unmistakeably retro elements, along with a simple dark blue polka dot print.
Get it from Topshop for £38.