How to Dress Like a Mod

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Be inspired by British youth fashion of the 1960s and interpret the look for today to dress like a Mod. Indulge in color, short skirts and dresses in wild patterns. Look for clothing that hit the United States during the British cultural invasion and has never completely gone home. Be sexy, young and futuristic as defined by Mod fashions.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Buy a skintight pair of drainpipe pants for a unisex Mod look. Drainpipe pants are tight from the waist to the ankle with a hipster or low-rise waist. Purchase "skinny jeans" from mainstream retailers to copy this Mod fashion.

  2. 2

    Wear mini skirts, go-go boots and headbands. Choose fashion that screams youth and sex appeal-the foundations of the 1960s British fashion scene. Purchase go-go boots in a variety of colors from online and major fashion retailers.

  3. 3

    Look for short, shift or A-line dresses with bold, geometric Mod patterns. Wear Winklepicker shoes for a high fashion touch. Find women's Winklepicker shoes at select Mod retailers.

  4. 4

    Finish your Mod look with scarves or jewelry inspired by modern art. Stay warm with a brightly colored pea coat or stay dry with a glossy rain trench coat. Another Mod accessory are tights and half boots. Remember your sun glasses, which need to be large, round and plastic.

  5. 5

    Apply heavy eyeliner and false eyelashes for a fashionable Mod look. Use white eye shadow or lipstick. Adapt the make-up trends of the early 1960s for today.

Tips and warnings

  • Ride a scooter for the complete Mod look.

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