Here's How to Wear the Coolest Mod '60s Trends in 2020

As the saying often goes, history repeats itself. If you’ve been taking note of the latest fashion weeks, chances are you’ve seen that the phrase can apply to fashion trends, too. In recent seasons, there’s been a resurgence of a multitude of decades: the ’70s, the ’80s, and, most prominently, the ‘90s. But if there’s something we’ve been noticing, it’s that fashion girls have been wearing ’60s-inspired outfits everywhere lately—and in a whole new way for 2020.

Depending on what part of the stylish decade you’re looking at, the 1960s have a broad range of styles fitting for any of today’s popular aesthetics. From mod minidresses to bohemian-inspired pieces, there’s bound to be a chic trend for you.

To illustrate our point, we’ve gathered the best ‘60s outfits from our favorite It girls to spark inspiration for your own mod look this year. Scroll down to see them all, and then shop each outfit to make it yours.

Style Tip: A printed skirt and over-the-knee boots practically teem with the mod, go-go scene.

Get the mod look with a pair of over-the-knee boots.

Style Tip: Wear a floral blouse with flowing, wide-leg pants for a look you can wear to the office.

You can wear this floral blouse with a pair of jeans or wide-leg trousers.

Without a doubt, this color is perfect for summer.

Style Tip: If you're a fan of the bohemian look from the decade, opt for a kimono-style jacket and wear it as a dress or over a T-shirt and jeans.

These one-of-a-kind jackets are made using recycled saris.

A woven tote bag is a summer staple.

Style Tip: Another bohemian-inspired option is to wear a romantic, prairie-style dress. Give it a modern spin with rhinestone-embellished sandals.

You can depend on Doen for ethereal, romantic dresses.

Style Tip: Could there be anything more iconic from the '60s as tie-dye? Complete the look with a pair of classic overalls.

This will become one of your favorite T-shirts.

Throw on a pair of classic overalls for an easy ensemble.

Style Tip: A fringe jacket is the '60s-inspired trend that we've been seeing everywhere. Wear it in 2020 with boyfriend jeans and strappy sandals.

Make a statement in this classic fringe jacket.

Style Tip: Style a mod dress with a T-shirt underneath for a more casual spin on the outfit.

Trust us, you won't want to take this T-shirt off.

Nothing feels more appropriately '60s like a structured shift dress.

Style Tip: Anyone who's a fan of Jane Birkin will love this form-fitting long-sleeve minidress with classic heels.

Style this dress down with an oversize denim jacket and a pair of sneakers.

Dear Frances's slingbacks will your favorite pair to wear to work and everywhere else.

Style Tip: You can never go wrong with a pair of eye-catching floral pants and a simple tank top.

With a pair of high-waisted jeans, you have a foolproof summer outfit.

These satin pants are made with 100% viscose, which means they'll be one of the flowiest trousers you'll own.

Style Tip: If the Mad Men era appeals to you, opt for a structured minidress with a cape or a matching cardigan.

Wear this everywhere from a black-tie event to happy hour.

Style Tip: Wide-leg trousers with an easy cotton shirt will be an effortless ensemble for practically any occasion.

Liana's 100% cotton is sure to be one of your most comfortable pieces.

The plaid print on these adds visual texture.

Style Tip: On the weekends, wear a chic jumpsuit with a bandana in your hair.

Orseund Iris's jumpsuit is so versatile for casual occasions.

Olive green is so unexpected from classic black.

Style Tip: Nothing feels quite as perfect for a '60s-inspired look than a crochet dress with simple shoes.

Nothing feels quite like the '60s like a crochet dress.

While these heels may be skinny, this sandal is way more comfortable that you might think.

Style Tip: For the mod, futuristic style that was so prominent in the '60s, a dress with oversize sequins will be just what you need.

Wear this on its own or layer it under your favorite statement tops.

Ready for another decade? Check out these groovy '70s outfits.