The 60s look is back and everyone who is anyone is pushing the classic hemline look.
This year’s Grammy Awards became the launch pad for A-list celebrities to strut their look on the red carpet, paying homage the 60s re-birth.
According to fashion gurus Dawn Hunter and Victoria Reddington – of online fashion boutique fashionpony.co.uk – this new craze is set to transform current trends in favour of a more 60s chic.
Sixties Hollywood icons, Faye Dunaway, Jane Fonda, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor were all seen as prominent 60s style setters, wearing mini-skirts and short hemlines.
Dawn Hunter from fashionpony.co.uk states: “The 60s look is a playful, friendlier look. It allows the wearer to feel both sexy and stylish at the same time. Thanks to US and UK A-list celebrities the 60s trend has become this season’s hottest look.
Today, designers like Emilio Pucci and Jean Paul Gaultier, and style icons such as Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, and Stacy Ferguson of the Black Eyed Peas, are leading the 60s style revival.
For those who don’t have J-Lo’s wardrope budget, then online boutique, fashionpony.co.uk, hosts on-trend and savvy new styles from designers like Reverse and Jarlo. Take this stunning flirty fun inspired bright floral printed dress for just £60. Simply wear it with your favorite pair of ballerina’s and a chucky bracelet to complete the look.
Anyone daring enough to wear white, this Chiffon Cape dress by Reverse costs £45, and features a scooped neckline and low back with a draped cape overlay and a dipped hem in a sheer fluid finish.
Or for those looking for something with a little sparkle, this Anita dress from Jarlo is the perfect choice. At £55, in purple with a crochet finish and embellished belt around the waist with give a sensational statement of style.
Fashion Pony offer a range of designs for day or evening wear and can be found at www.fashionpony.co.uk