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The 60s Trends that Are Back this Fall

September 1, 2015

Wake up to the colorful hues and graphic prints making a comeback for fall. These fun acid brights and bold, stylish patterns give a wink and a nod to the 60s era and will have you feeling carefree and sexy. The five pieces below will help you recreate the “Swinging Sixties” looks that are totally on trend now.


The bright, vivid chartreuse color looks great on everyone. It’s a throwback to the modern, bold colors of the 60s and looks great with other pops of color, like the Tearoom Cardigan.

Tearoom Cardigan (with fur), Reign Blouse, Overlay Pencil Skirt (Black), Smashbox Lipstick, Marc Jacobs Bag, Jcrew Shoes


Tuck the top into the pencil skirt for a look that’s slimming and creates a beautiful waistline.

Zigzag Jacket, Claire Dress, Toucan Hat, Bloomingdales Gloves, Essie Nailpolish


The 60s were all about amazing graphics and eye-catching prints. The Zigzag Jacket rocks the trend with its beautiful, textured color scheme. Give this coat a run for its money and you’ll soon realize its potential to take any outfit from drab to fab.


Add gloves and a pillbox hat to channel your inner Jackie O, or give it a modern twist with ankle booties and a hip scarf.


Make way for a colored pencil skirt. It’s right on trend for fall and makes for a true statement piece. This look is true creativity at its finest.

Gigi Cape, Ritz Sweater, Simple Cami (Black), Overlay Pencil Skirt (Turmeric), Kate Spade Earrings, Edie Parker Clutch, Jcrew Shoes


Add ladylike pumps and the Gigi Cape worn like a scarf wrapped around the neck.

Turner Jacket, Warhol Top, Capote Trouser, Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow, Kate Spade Bracelet, Sole Society Shoes


With bold prints and deep hues, the Warhol Top is already catching the attention of some pretty impressive fans. It was featured in the August issue of O, the Oprah Magazine because of its gorgeous jewel tones. We agree, Oprah…it’s one of our favorites this fall, too! We’re looking forward to wearing it alone or as a fashionable layered piece.


Tuck in the top and to create a modern suiting update with the Capote Pant and Turner Jacket.


If only there had been internet on Gilligan’s Island, we’re certain Ginger would have been online shopping for the Ginger Top! Animal prints are fun and versatile, and an easy way to pull together a brown-and-black outfit.

Casablanca Trench, Ginger Top, Skater Skirt, Marco Moore Watch, Armani Sunglasses, YSL Bag


Camel is the new black and it pairs perfectly with a wild animal print.

How do you plan to embrace the 60s trends this fall season? Do you have a favorite color that makes you look and feel fantastic? Don’t forget to share your looks with us by using #cabiclothing whenever posting to social media. For more tips and styling inspiration, visit our Style & Ideas page.