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Get The Look: Modern Day Mod
Know the colors. The Mod style focuses on color blocking, black and white, and hints of bright yellow, orange, pink, and pastels. Bold, geometric patterns like English Flags, polka-dots and stripes were all popular.
Remember to reject 1950s fashion. The Mod style is the antithesis of the feminine, "poodle-skirt" fashion. It rarely pulls any trend, if any at all from the 1950s. Instead the mod style features form-fitting clothing, unisex styles and bold patterns.
3. Hair and Makeup
Wear short hair and dramatic eye makeup. The Twiggy-style make up of large eyes is a great fashion statement. Women can apply heavy eyeliner and false eyelashes.
Reject most other make up like blush and eye shadow. Nude lipstick is good.
Pale skin can look good; don't tan.
4. Get classic Mod female outfits.
Try sleeveless tops and big sweaters. Mod shirts are usually 3/4-length sleeves or sleeveless. Loose sweaters are also a big fashion statement.
Look for fitted pants. Fitted ankle or capri pants are also characteristic of the mod fashion.
Break out the mini-skirts. Mod skirts are short or mini-length. Short, shift or A-line dresses with bold, geometric Mod patterns are common for the mod style.
5. Shoes and Accessories
Try chunky shoes. Chunky patent leather knee/ankle-high boots, loafers or clogs in a variety of colors. Go-Go boots are also a fashion icon.
Top things off with accessories: Scarves, bold jewelry, headbands, and big sunglasses inspired by modern art accentuate the look.
Finally wear sturdy coats for foggy London weather. Peacoats and rain trench coats are a popular this look.