This Swinging Sixties tunic dress from Boden ticks a lot of festive frock boxes.
This Scallop detail tunic dress from Sugarhill Boutique offers some 1960s-styling with some serious impact.
The Autumn/Winter season always brings an output of glitzy and glamourous dresses in time for Christmas, making it harder to find a more demure aesthetic among the sequins. This Amos Dress from Monsoon is a welcome addition to their new season output, with a classic sixties appeal.
Colour choices can be a make or break choice for designers looking for a retro aesthetic, but there's no putting a foot wrong with a classic monochrome palette. Ideal for sixties looks, Warehouse have used it with effortless style in this Two Tone Tunic Dress.
With maxi dresses and palazzo pants bringing back the loose and flowing fit that's instantly reminiscent of seventies fashion, it was only a matter of time before tops and tunics got in on the act. This One Shoulder Tunic Top from River Island is an ideal example, capturing that ethereal feel that defined much of the decade's mainstream looks.
The one shouldered structure allows for some flesh to break up the loose silhouette, with the corsage detailing adding a feminine detail much-loved in US fashion at the time. The use of pale yellow chiffon fabric is unmistakeably vintage influenced, creating the must-have flowing movement.
Get yours online from River Island for £39.99.
The use of Eastern and African influences in vintage fashion is often best remembered in later sixties looks, worn on almost everyone from The Beatles to Woodstock kids. The hippy aesthetic didn't die with that decade, however, with the 1970s taking those influences further into the mainstream.
This Eastern Embellished Tunic from Wallis taps into that time in seventies fashion, with a print and loose fitting cut that provides a more polished version of folky sixties style. The use of intricate paisley print, rich bright colours and a loose chiffon fabric combines to create a look that's just ethereal enough for the masses of the era.
It's available now from Wallis for £36.