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Mad Style

Posted: Apr 03 2015

As the last season of Mad Men plays out, so do the 1960’s. In its final episodes, the show, and its wardrobe, is looking to the new decade for a whole lot of style inspiration. And who wouldn’t want to channel the look of its leading ladies? Check out our guide below to getting the Mad Men look in a totally modernized way.

Menswear as Womenswear

Peggy brings the 1970’s Annie Hall style full force with polyester pants suits, wide collars and exaggerated cuffs.

Get the look:

We say skip the outdated prints and go for a solid, tailored jumpsuit like the Double Breasted Jumpsuit, whose button-down front replicates a men’s vest.

Maxi Dresses

Maxi dresses have arrived courtesy of Don and Betty Draper’s kitchen scene. In it Betty is seen wearing a halter style peach floral number with a matching pearl set.

Get the look:

There’s nothing we love more than a printed maxi in the warmer months, but be advised to step away from the pearls. Slip on the Detachable Belt Maxi with simple stud earrings and a pile of cuff bracelets.

Shift Dresses

While the 1960’s were famous for their mini-skirts, the 1970’s brought with them the shift dress.

Get the look:

Keep the complex seaming of a classic 1970’s shift dress in a bold, bright solid color in our Seamed Shift Dress. Instead of styling it with white go-go boots, opt for sleek sling backs or strappy sandals.


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