From modern tie-dye and flower power florals to graphic patterns and psychedelic stripes, prints inspired by California in the 1960s are all the rage for spring. A time of cultural and political change, revolutionary music, hippies and free love, the iconic decade continues to provide endless inspiration for designers here and abroad—some 50 years later. Here are six ways to wear the trend:
Michael Kors’ carefree navy and chambray tie-dye stretch-viscose pullover and light indigo Selma Peace-print flared jeans, crafted from premium stretch denim, channels a casual-cool vibe.
Perfect for dinners in Big Sur or al fresco entertaining at home, Ted Baker London’s Glooria Supernatural pajama pant, Abilan Supernatural pajama shirt and Rhialy suede scalloped mule is a choice look.
Kate Spade New York’s belted Floral Spade poplin dress is the epitome of sixties-inspired style. Accessorize the statement dress with their Nicola Twistlock medium flap shoulder bag, Glenn platform sandals and Confection Linear statement earrings.
Turn heads this season in Intermix’s colorful Amur Janet gown. Its pleated skirt, skin-baring waist cutouts and thigh-high slit pairs perfect with Jimmy Choo’s beige Alanah suede wedges.
Maje’s sporty Printed shorts tied at the waist, Printed collar top, Fuite hi-top stretch sneakers and cream canvas tote is the ideal head-to-toe ensemble for modern-day flower children.
Easy and breezy is an understatement. Everything But Water’s bold stripe v-neck tie-front maxi dress and handcrafted Diamantina strappy leather sandals are perfect for poolside lounging and coastal weekend getaways.