How to embrace sixties mod like Taylor Swift

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How to embrace sixties mod like Taylor Swift

We love Taylor Swift’s ladylike street style, including her baby blue frock and peach square-toe heels pictured below. It has a sixties vibe without feeling costumey (i.e. no cheap patent, over-the-top accessories or mod haircuts here). Try the look for yourself (with a longer hemline, if that floats your boat), and be ready to do the twist on down the street. Groovy, baby.

Taylor Swift mod sixties dressing
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Step 1: Pick a boxy shift dress in a graphic print or pastel. Make sure it hits anywhere from mid-thigh to just above the knee and choose a high neckline or Peter Pan collar to balance out the short length. If your dress is sleeveless or long-sleeved and has a simple round neckline, wear a white collared shirt underneath as an added layer on cool days.

Mod sixties dresses like what Taylor Swift wears
River Island textured shift dress, $95, Striped dress, $29,

Step 2: Pair your dress with square-toed ballet flats or low chunky heels. If you prefer a boot, go for ankle boots or a pair that hits just below the knee and has a square or round toe.

Mod sixties footwear
Bootie, $120, Quilted pump, $150, Block heels, $168,

Step 3: Finish the look with a structured top-handle or cross-body bag.

Mod sixties handbags
Calvin Klein handbag, $298, Coach handbag, $395, Orange handbag, $65,

Read more:
How to find the best blazer for your body type
3 ways to wear a jumpsuit


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How to embrace sixties mod like Taylor Swift