Despite not liking the cold very much, autumn/winter fashion is a favourite of mine so I thought we would take a look at winter fashion throughout the 1960s today.
A warm coat is essential (especially here in England), coat styles varied for women in the 60s, the pea coat, empire style, maxi and coats with fur collars were all popular. Women would often team mini skirts with a maxi coat to keep their legs warm.
Or how about this lovely navy number with fur collar and cuffs?
For me personally, you can't beat a coat with a fur collar. I have a lovely 60s trapeze coat which I dig out for special occasions and I just love this emerald green early 60s coat currently for sale on etsy.
LONG SLEEVED DRESSES
To keep the chill at bay, a long sleeved dress is essential, just check out the 60s girls below rocking their long sleeved shifts.
Now I couldn't do a post on 60s fashion without mentioning tights. As hem lines got shorter throughout the decade, stockings became increasingly out of favour and tights were the in thing.
The early mod girls would wear roll neck jumpers teamed with a-line skirts and flat shoes. This look is a particular favourite of mine in winter.
I might not be looking forward to the cold (I'm already cold and it isn't even winter yet), but I am looking forward to getting out the winter clothes!