Swinging ’60s styles and silhouettes are making a comeback this summer. Here are some of the best 1960s inspired trends to try | Source: Pinterest
Year 2000, utilitarian clothing, Regencycore styling, low rise jeans, balaclavas and the coastal granny look are just a few of the fashion trends that have emerged in 2022. Powered by Media social and spurred by increased output from fashion brands, the trend cycle in 2022 is fast and varied, and it looks like there’s another fun and frivolous trend to try: the summer revival of 60s.
Although we’re heading into winter here in the Southern Hemisphere, ’60s-inspired summer silhouettes should figure prominently in this year’s summer trends. Spotted on the Instagrams of fashion influencers and on the catwalks, elements of 60s style are being incorporated into everyday clothing. From shift dresses, mini skirts, mod prints and ensembles popularized by the British mod movement to more hippie style silk scarves and accessories.
Here are some of the top emerging 60s fashion trends that are sure to add color and style to your summer wardrobe.
Exuding femininity, the 60s-style babydoll nightgown is repurposed as a cute, casual summer dress. With its square or scoop neckline, ruffled look and use of lace, the babydoll dress or nightgown brings the perfect element of softness against contrasting pointed accessories like leather boots.
Inspired by the chic skirt and blazer numbers worn by Jackie Kennedy, the classic ’60s tweed ensemble trend is making a comeback. Capitalizing on the popularity of the miniskirt, these matching skirt and blazer sets go together while being appropriate for spring and summer.
Continuing the resurgence of 60s silhouettes, the timeless shift dress. Combined with bold color blocking, the shift dress in its mod form presents a timeless wardrobe staple that can be dressed up and down.
Ancestors of the bohemian-style prints of the 70s, mod prints feature earthy tones with pops of pink and lots of floral patterns. With summer fashion lending itself well to anything bright and colorful, this 60s style trend is a fun and easy way to spruce up an outfit.
Besides hiding a bad hair day, silk scarves have the ability to effortlessly elevate any look. Worn with oversized sunglasses, a silk scarf like this one from Louis Vuitton is sure to bring a touch of sophistication to your outfit.