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Watch: 1960s

Watch: 1960s

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Mod, sultry glamour and joyous colour, the '60s brought us the trends which have inspired us for years to come. To celebrate its revival on the runways, we've gathered our favourite fashionable films from the era - sit back, hit play and soak in the retro vibes. La Dolce Vita (1960)

Watch when: You're feeling bold and brash or in need of a confidence boost.

Fellini's much loved classic is the epitome of Italian glamour and makes for some amazing Saturday night viewing. When it comes to its sumptuous style, think curve hugging dresses with flattering necklines, dark hues and loads of drama - plus mandatory cat eye shades.

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The Girl On A Motorcycle (1968)

Watch when: You're feeling badass.

'60s It girl Marianne Faithfull is the ultimate free spirit. The uniform? Formfitting pants (think skintight denim) punctuated with silk blouses + fuzzy crops - because who says you can't look damn cute while on a motorcycle?

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To Sir, With Love (1967)

Watch when: You need an alternative to cookie cutter high school films.

This Brit classic gives us a snapshot of what all the cool kids were wearing - think effortless, comfortable and with a touch of sass. Try roll necks, mini skirts and cute co-ords (you can skip the beehives).

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Cleopatra (1963)

Watch when: You're looking for costume inspo.

Halloween is just around the corner after all. Glitzy, opulent and tension filled, this Taylor/Burton classic will have you reaching for the sequins. Amongst all the finery, the film offers up ideas for everyday outfits too - it's packed full of empire waists, plunging necklines and flowing layers.

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Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

Watch when: You want to spend your Sunday like Blair Waldorf.

There's no denying Holly Golightly is one of the most iconic (and stylish) characters in cinema history. Update the look by losing the pearls and gloves + keeping the LBD with a killer neckline and split. Or channel Ms. Golightly's flawless coat game and pick up a tan trench or bold red number.

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Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Watch when: You need an unconventional love story.

Think power suits, knits and earth tones. Oh, and the bandana necktie that's been doing the rounds on Insta? You're looking at it's first fashionable foray c/o Bonnie Parker.

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Prefer something a little more modern? Try these flicks with a retro vibe.

An Education (2009)

Watch when: You need a good cry.

From schoolgirl to socialite, this gorgeous coming-of-age story made Carey Mulligan an international darling. Showcasing a softer side to '60s style, it's all about the florals, full skirts and modest cuts.

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Factory Girl (2006)

Watch when: You're feeling arty.

Although it might not have received the best reception in cinema, this Edie Sedgwick biopic ft. Sienna Miller is a visual feast. It'll have you reaching for Breton stripes, printed shift dresses and knits - and maybe even considering a pixie cut.

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Across The Universe (2007)

Watch when: You need a sing-a-long.

Responsible for spawning a whole new generation of Beatles fans, this vibrant film incorporates a little of that low key '70s style.

Also see: A Hard Day's Night, the OG Beatles film made in 1964.

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Words: Lucy Ahern

 

 

 

 

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