The Mod look was extremely popular during the 1960’s, and is still a key look today. Being a mod was all about wearing bright and bold colours, loud patterns and black and white prints. Within our blog this week, we’ll discuss how you can achieve the mod look by mixing some of our very own pieces with other vintage and high-street items you can pick up fairly easily.
Here we have our very own floral shift dress which is perfect for creating a pretty summer mod look. This particular piece has been upcycled to create a new take on a traditional 60’s look. If you’re looking to go more casual, why not team with a pair of white Doc Martins? You can pick them up at most major shoes shops around the UK and are ideal for achieving a mod, grunge look.
Men can’t go wrong with a tweed jacket to achieve the 60’s mod vibe down to a tee. This particular piece is from Dunn and Co. Harris in a classic dogtooth design. It is fully-lined and features notched lapels and three front pockets sp, you’ll definitely look the bees-knees in this piece. We have teamed with a pair of our very own Levi Jeans available on our website, in a whole range of colours and sizes.
Here we have our very own 1960’s mini dress which is the perfect transseasonal piece to wear from summer, through to winter due to the vibrant hues of yellow, pink and navy. It has been crafted from polyester, with a zip-up fastening at the back. We have teamed with a pair of original 1960’s shoes which you can easily pick up online or in charity shops.
Loving our stock at the moment? You’re in luck! We have a whopping 20% off everything at the moment – but this offer is on for a limited time. All of our stock are unique one-off pieces, so when they’re gone, they’re gone. Achieve the mod look today by shopping on our website – www.brickvintage.com.
The Brick Vintage team.