1960s Style Dresses Reinvented

1960s Style Dresses Nina Papaioannou TrendSurvivor Acropolis Museum Valentino Rockstuds Celine glasses

1960s Style Dresses midi ring heart cable ring

1960s Style Dresses Nina Papaioannou TrendSurvivor Valentino Rockstud headband

Reinvented 1960 style dresses is the theme of this personal style post. I was invited to a gallery opening and then for dinner at a trendy restaurant down town and I needed an afternoon to night stylish look.

Inspired by the sixties fashion comeback and the monochrome 1960s style dresses at Valentino from the Fall Winter 2014-15 collection I decided to wear a shorts jumpsuit with contrasting white collar and see-through back. I got it last year from Zara but a black and white dress is a key piece for fall.

I am loving the Valentino black and white 1960s style dresses crafted from the label’s ‘crepe couture’ fabric which is a luxurious blend of wool and silk, if you want to invest in a timeless piece.

However, there is a Red Valentino version with a swan a white collar that looks super cute and quirky!

My favorites from the new collection, reasonably priced, I mean, are a white collar black shirtdress at Asos designed by Jack Wills and a black dress with white collar and brooch detail by Ted Baker.

The Valentino rockstuds hand-embellished leather pumps are elegant yet super super cool. Worth their price tag because of their classical edgy style, the practical mid heel and decorative three-strap design. They can comfortably take you from gallery openings to dinner…

1960s Style Dresses Nina Papaioannou TrendSurvivor see through back

Nina Papaioannou TrendSurvivor Chanel boy black

1960s Style Dresses Nina Papaioannou TrendSurvivor Celine sunglasses

I was wearing:

Jumpsuit with white collar Zara (last season) chic Valentino and similar Asos

 Headband rockstud Valentino and Asos

Handbag Chanel Boy

David Yurman cable heart ring

Shoes black Valentino rockstuds

1960s Style Dresses How to Wear it

Get the look

Photos © Maria Zerva

Have a lovely Day!!!


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