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.
Sharp silhouettes and mod styles are always appealing for lovers of sixties fashion, but if you’re after something more traditional and feminine from that decade’s design, dolly dresses are always worth a look. This Bow Front Dress from Max C is a great look at a lesser seen 60s style.
When it comes to Winterwear, year after year the high street opts for retro influence to create lasting style in coats and jackets. This Taped Dolly Coat from Dorothy Perkins is a perfectly stylish example, using a sixties influence to create an everyday coat with great style.
Dolly shoes are a great go to choice for almost any mid 20th century outfit, with perennial style that doesn't seem to be going out of style any time soon. This pair of Bow Dolly Shoes by Poetic Licence have a classic but cutesy style that's truly versatile too.
The lower heel height allows this shoe to work for day or night time, evoking a fifties style dance shoe style. The t-bar fastening ties in with that look, while a spot print and kitschy bow give a retro appeal that can span well into 1960s looks too.
They're available from Oli online now for £60.
Circle skirts and prom style dresses got their first real outings in the 1950s, but the style has never gone away. Allowing reinterpretation throughout many fashion decades, the 1980s made the prom style its own. That 80s look is coming back once more to our high street and designer brands.
This Alice + Olivia dress features a cutesy circle skirt, complimented by some punky detailing to give it an 80s feeling. The more revealing cut of the top ensures this is certainly no fifties look, while the high waistline and exaggerated fullness in the skirt retain a kitschy retro appeal.
It's available online the UK from Net-a-Porter for £390.