Mod dress 60s

Step back in time with these iconic mod dress styles from the 60s. Discover the perfect outfit to channel your inner retro fashionista and make a statement.
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MOD 60S FASHION SHIFT DRESSES BABYDOLL PETER PAN by FrenchieYork

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Jean Carl
Green/pink/yellow floral print dress 1960's | Green wasn't worn much in the 50's, therefore, there was a bit of rebellion in wearing it. Style Année 60, Yellow Floral Print Dress, 60’s Fashion, Vintage Summer Outfits, Pink Print Dress, 1960s Dresses, 1960 Dress, Mode Retro, 1960 Fashion

1960s Dress Styles | Swing, Shift, Mod, Mini Dresses

Breaking free from the tailored look on the 1950s, the youthquake driven dresses of the sixties loosed up the waistline, shorted the hemline and hit you smack in the face with bright Pop Art colors and Op Art (optical illusion) prints. 1960s dresses had multiple style variations off of one key shape- the shift dress.

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Francie Shaffer
Woman of Style: Marlo Thomas, Nov. 21, 1937. Her TV character, Ann Marie, from 1966-71, gave women across USA a weekly glimpse of current fashion. Costumers Marilyn Lewis and Suzanne Smith worked to make the character's clothing Top Notch current fashion. Ms. Thomas has said she wanted the character to not look 'generic' but to be ultra current to the times. That Girl Tv Show, Ted Bessell, Marlo Thomas, Mod Mini Dress, Fashion 1960s, Mini Dress White, Ann Marie, Vintage Mode, Single Girl

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Woman of Style: Marlo Thomas, Nov. 21, 1937. Her TV character, Ann Marie, from 1966-71, gave women across USA a weekly glimpse of current fashion. Costumers Marilyn Lewis and Suzanne Smith worked to make the character's clothing Top Notch current fashion. Ms. Thomas has said she wanted the character to not look 'generic' but to be ultra current to the times.

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Lori Taylor