If you can break the '70s-style surface that's swirling with wide-leg pants and pirate shirts, you may be pleasantly surprised to find yourself emerge somewhere in the '60s. That's right! The next decade to splash over fall sidewalks is bringing beatnik-style turtlenecks, go-go boots and mod-influenced attire with it – and we can't wait to fully submerse ourselves once the temperature drops!
Not to mention, the swinging '60s gifted us with some seriously amazing tunes from which we can source further fashion inspiration. We're so enamored with this feeling that we went ahead and took our turnstiles for another spin, and in the process, rediscovered the very best '60s style influencers. We pulled our favorite album covers from the flower power decade, then rebuilt their looks with modern pieces you'll want to wear again and again. Check them out below!
1. Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited (1965)Get your free-wheeling Bob Dylan vibes on with a graphic biking shirt layered underneath a delightfully dorky floral shirt. The times they are a-changing, but this timeless look will be classic pick for years to come. TopshopTopshop top / Graphic tee / Abercrombie & Fitch skinny pants / Monki black shoes, $47 / Evening handbag
2. Diana Ross and the Supremes - Love Child (1968)Capture Diana's awesome hippy-chic style by pairing a sunshine-yellow graphic T-shirt with denim Bermuda shorts and simple (but ultra-glam!) gold earrings. To get the "Love Child" singer's dramatic eyes, don't forget a few coats of mascara!
Graphic t shirt / Fat Face jean shorts, $63 / American Eagle Outfitters short boots / ALDO crossbody purse / Bling Jewelry clip earrings / Maybelline mascara
3. Sonny & Cher - In Case You're in Love (1967)Cher has been a major mover and shaker in the style icon game, so it's really no wonder that she was just as fashionable in '67 as she is now. Patterned jumpsuits are catnip to summer style lovers, and check out those rad metallic loafers! Get the "I've Got You, Babe" singer's on-point outfit with a floral jumpsuit of your own, silver kicks, a nude lip and va-va-voom eyelashes. Wallis black jumpsuit / Zara shoes / Crossbody handbag / Costume jewelry / Ilia nude lipstick / Georgie Beauty false eyelash
4. The Jimmy Hendrix Experience - Axis: Bold As Love (1967)
When it comes to channeling guitar god Jimi Hendrix, more is always, well, more! Layer on the beads and shawls, and get in touch with your cosmic-cool side. The more fringe, texture and good vibes you can work into your look, the better! Topshop navy top / Floral print robe / H&M lace up shorts, $23 / Vans lace up shoes, $50 / Topshop brown satchel bag, $42 / Cara gold collar necklace / Choker jewelry / R J Graziano layered chain necklace
5. The Ronettes - Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes (1964)
Nailing the look The Ronettes are sporting is all about pulling on a polished, preppy look with plenty of whimsical fun to keep the clothes from becoming bland. Ultra-feminine and super cute, this outfit would happily take you to brunch with the fam or even on a dinner date with your S.O. When you're going big with a cat-eye liner, keep the lips soft and subtle in a pastel pink shade. Jane Norman short cocktail prom dress, $47 / Pointed toe stiletto / Comeco pink shoulder bag / Kate Spade bow stud earrings, $32 / Too Faced Cosmetics kohl makeup / Too Faced Cosmetics kohl makeup / Giambattista Valli lipstick