Mustard jumper/ Tweed Skirt/ Monochrome Brogues/ Zip Top Clutch
Sunglasses/ Chunky Jumper/ Floral Carpi Trousers/ Pointed Pumps
As we move into Autumn I think it's the perfect time to start looking at the trends, I don't tend to go full on with them. I think it's far better to take pieces that will work with your wardrobe, so your current but not breaking the bank. One trend that I do adore is the 60s Mod, it's back and in a big way these are not strictly Mod but are very sixties inspired. It was about clean lines but also fun, the sixties girl was classic but edgy. Hair was massive literally, and it was all about that cat eye liner.
Country Chic was inspired by Margot from Royal Tenenbaums, and is what I would wear mustard was the colour that made the 60s such a bold and cool era. This is also a great way to spice up tweed and keep the look modern like a sharp mini skirt. The swinging 60s gave birth to the mini skirt and we have never looked back.
If you prefer a classic, how about a jazzy version of the Brenton with some ripped jeans, than to keep it looking sharp add in some navy brogues for Stripes Centric look. A messy top knot or bun and simple sixties eyeliner flick will have you looking effortlessly cool. This look works for any age, and will never go out of fashion.
Lastly if you want to really play the look down with Forever Floral, go for the Capri pant it was a must in the 60s for casual day wear. Why not try a easy up do like a beehive to keep the look classic. If you wanted you could swap in the brogues if you preferred a stronger look, take some shades with you great for if your sixties eyeliner didn't go to plan and no good at hair either grab a headscarf.
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