Yes, the Tootal scarf is a classic. But if you want something different and perhaps cheaper, check out my five 1960s-style mod scarves.
Women’s mod fashion
A new label on me, but I suspect many of you will find the Fuzzy Retro handmade 1960s clothing range very appealing.
You can occasionally find things on the high street, but for the real deal, check out my 10 of the best Mod and 1960s dressmakers.
Whether you class these as Mod or skinhead designs, the women’s button-down shirts by Britac are still worth talking about.
I am updating this feature on the 1960s-style dresses by Swinging Chicks as they have changed so much over the last five years.
You can buy new ones, but the vintage Breton tops at Ham Yard Vintage just have a little more about them.
Always one for the diary if you love your knitwear – the John Smedley Mill Sale.
Good news if you want something in the dress line with ’60s inspiration. A new 1960s dress collection has just landed at Carnaby Streak.