Of course, this isn’t a cheap item. But the Ace Suede Coat by Connection Knitwear is a dream of a (Mod) design.
A new label on me, but I suspect many of you will find the Fuzzy Retro handmade 1960s clothing range very appealing.
A new design, a great idea and also a lovely Mod shoe, courtesy of the 1960s-style Retro footwear by Dr Watson Shoemaker.
Fancy some handmade Mod shoes? Get yourself 50 per cent off at Dr Watson Shoemaker right now – but only for today.
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.
I know. It’s a target. But these Mod target light switches by Candy Queen are fun things that should get your guests talking.
I am updating this feature on the 1960s-style dresses by Swinging Chicks as they have changed so much over the last five years.
If the price of a Tootal scarf is out of your league, have a look at these budget 1960s-style handmade scarves from Pretty Soul.