A Guide to Mod
One of my favourite fashion eras and something I often have fun playing with in my own wardrobe is the Mod style. Short for "modernist" style and worn by fashion icons such as Twiggy, the mod style originated from the streets of London during the late 1950s-1960s. It's radical. It's expressive.
I've also included a few of my favourite mod style advice pieces below to showcase how to incorporate mod into your wardrobe:
Clothing with colour blocking themes: Soft pastels or pops of bight colours
Bold black and white patterns, including stripes, and geometric shapes
Ankle or knee high boots
Colourful accessories and oversized sunglasses
Bold eyemakeup and nude lipstick
Thanks to film photographer Haus Skrastins for helping me bring my personal Mod look to life.