If you like cycling gear of yesterday, then you need to cheek out these vintage-style cycling shirts by 3M Caverni. Read more
For an instant shot of sixties style, the subtle line between femininity and androgyny is the perfect aesthetic to follow. This Colour Block Funnel Neck Top from New Look manages to effortlessly combine the two with an unmistakeable nod to British sixties style.
The sleeveless cut shows just enough skin to balance a bust-minimising cut in the bodice, with a funnel neck adding that extra retro edge to the silhouette. It's the structural lines of the colour blocking, however, than truly make this top, finished in a striking combination of orange-red and black.
It's now available from New Look for £16.99.
Cycling tops have been a fashion as well as functional item for decades now, with the Fred Perry x Blank Canvas cycling shirts certain to keep up that trend.
But these aren't your straightforward cycling tops – these mix that the classic look with the equally classic Fred Perry polos shirt designs, typified by the Winter collar shirt (pictured above) with 'Champion' striping across the middle and small, zipped rear pocket.
Simple separates are all very well for creating a retro wardrobe for every day, but the addition of sixties style points like crochet can lift the look to something special. These Daisy Crochet Tops from Oasis use the retro elements with subtlety and chic.
The monochrome colour palette allows a daisy crochet pattern to stand out, creating a visible nod to Mary Quant's mid sixties styling. The capped sleeved top and cardi are both a cutesy pairing for skirts, shorts or pants that have the right balance between girly and grown up style for a Winter mod-inspired look.