The first decade/style movement that got me interested in vintage fashion was the 1960s mod movement. I became infatuated with Edie Sedgwick after seeing pictures of her and Andy Warhol together, and instantly tried to work mod style pieces into my wardrobe. I've almost emulated Edie's pixie hair cut a few times, but luckily my hairdresser has talked me out of taking the big chop. Previously, I had strayed from going full on mod because I was so insecure about my wide hips, but as I've gotten older I've grown to love my body and have been able to dress in the exact style I want.
I'm ALWAYS on the hunt for vintage collared shift dresses in my size, which isn't always the easiest task. This buffalo plaid collared shift dress from Unique Vintage is one of the best vintage repro options when it comes to shift dresses! It fits my hourglass figure, and still maintained the 1960s look and feel. Also, I braved the chilly weather to show off how amazing the back of this dress is! I cannot wait to wear it during the Summer. Also so stoked to get to wear my favorite color combo: Mustard + Ketchup.