When the high street's more affordable stores tackle vintage inspiration, it's ideal for stocking up on affordable classics that you can wear every day. This A Line Ponte Mini Skirt from New Look has an effortlessly sixties feel that you can team with almost any sixties pieces.
Finding mod clothing that's unique and head turning is becoming thankfully easier, thanks to the influence of sixties gear on the high street along with dedicated retro retailers. It's often those simple, perennial pieces that are the hardest to come by though, making this A-Line Twill Mini Skirt from Stella McCartney all the more appealing.
The skirt's best asset is the simplicity, with a well angled A-line, high waist cut and truly 60s-mini hem length. Made from a black twill, the fabric holds the shape to provide a sharp mid-sixties style that's undeniably retro.
Get it online from Net-a-Porter for £225.
With nautical fodder all over the high street, there's plenty of options for a variety of retro looks in ladieswear. While much of the trend focuses on an eighties interpretation, this Silence + Noise skirt taps into a very sixties feeling instead.
With a classic miniskirt shape, the high waist and risqué hemline create an instant 60s silhouette. White stripe accents at the hemline and pocket add a subtle nautical feeling to the block navy, with a small gold button accent too.
The skirt is available now from Urban Outfitters for £35.