You can do mod on the cheap and without having to resort to cheap brands that fall apart after just a couple of washes. I’ll tell you how.
It isn’t the 1960s, time has moved on and so have clothing labels. With that in mind, here are 20 mod labels for the 21st century.
Mods and trainers? It is a thing and here are 10 of the best 1960s-style trainers for you to check out, with most available to buy right now.
They were a bit pricey when they came out, but that’s not the case with the Ben Sherman 1960s archive shirts now, which have dropped into the sale.
They have been selling 1960s styles for some time, but now the Dorian Boutique has its own collection for sale.
Uniqlo once sold them, it hasn’t been easy to find affordable vintage-style knitted ties for sale online since. Thankfully, Amazon has it all covered.
If you want something a little more interesting than the usual Adidas, then check out the MaTes Carmel Classic trainers.
Currently one of Paul Weller’s favourite labels, we talk to Diederik Degryse of vintage cycling brand and current mod favourite Magliamo.