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.
Big fan of this particular maker, so great to see some new designs, specifically the 1960s Lane Shoes at Dr. Watson Shoemaker.
If you want something a little more interesting than the usual Adidas, then check out the MaTes Carmel Classic trainers.
Some 1960s-style penny loafers by Dr Watson Shoemaker on the shelves. Not cheap, but the quality is top notch as always.
My round-up of vintage-style cycling tops was incredibly popular, so I suspect the vintage-style cycling clothing by Tiralento will hit the mark too.