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Quaint of the Art Dress from ModCloth


For a true sixites mod look from a retro piece, the simplicity of the design is often the key. Taking bold shapes and sharp lines together, this Quaint of the Art Dress from ModCloth is pitch perfect for any mid-sixties inspired wardrobe.

Tapping into a London chic from the time, this Quant-esque dress achieves the look through the simple a-line pinafore shape. The sleeveless cut works with a large, pierrot style collar and black border trim to create bold shapes and clean cut lines.

It's now new in at ModCloth for $77.99.

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Green Scallop Tunic from Dorothy Perkins


Bright pastel shades are often a hit in the Spring and Summer months on the high street, with many colours evoking a retro era instantly. This Scallop Dress from Dorothy Perkins has an immediately vintage look thanks to a very mid-sixties shade of pale green, not to mention some stylish detailing to boot.

The shift shape, in this dress, is simplistic enough for a 60s look, with the scallop cut-out detailing evoking a somewhat Quant-esque feeling through its graphic and inventive shape. The silhouette treads the line between femininity and androgyny with ease thanks to a mini-hemline that's offset by a high neck.

Get it now from Dorothy Perkins for £30.

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