Style icons of the 60s include Audrey Hepburn, Jackie Kennedy, Catherine Deneuve, and others like them. Brands like Chanel, Valentino, Giambattista Valli, and Giambattista Valli are making a strong commitment for the return of this fashion in 2022.
60s style must-haves
The style of the 60s includes both “little girl” fashion garments, with an innocent touch, and “psychedelic” fashion, where geometric shapes stand out. But if we have to opt for the five most characteristic garments of this style that will return this season, we have chosen the following.
- The miniskirt, a symbol to dare
This type of clothing was not common in the 60s. Her arrival was a boon. It is the main piece of this style. It marked a change in fashion and left behind the image of the slouchy woman of the past. It enhances the curves and highlights the female body. If you have not yet dared to wear one, there is no better time to do so than this spring-summer.
- The legendary bell bottom
It is a popular 60s style garment worn by both women and men. It didn’t matter what fabric it was, or its color, the most important thing was its distinctive shape. It is one of the essential garments of this style and cannot be missing from your wardrobe this season.
- Babydoll dresses, comfort made a garment
Babydoll clothes are those with a straight cut and trapeze silhouette. They are ideal for those days when comfort is important, but you still want to have a feminine touch. In the 60s, babydoll dresses were often made in pastel colors and polka dots prints. This season, there will be no limits. They can be worn with any color or print. In addition to its comfort, babydolls are a very versatile garment that combines great with sports shoes, oxfords, or Mary Janes. This garment will allow you to unleash your creativity.
- White boots will give your footprint personality
It is impossible not to fall in love the white boots of the 60s. They are stylish and strong, no matter what you wear. They can be worn with pants, skirts, dresses or even a babydoll like the babydoll. Jil Sander, the designer, has made a strong commitment towards them for his fall/winter line.
You can’t talk about the tuxedo without mentioning Yves Saint Laurent. This great designer created the first tuxedo that women could wear in the mid-1960s. It revolutionized fashion. His creation was so well received that even today it remains essential in any woman’s wardrobe.