There's a new decade in town (again) and it's giving the 90s a run for their money. As we know very well, the '90s have been dominating fashion for quite some time, to the point that we've now gone through pretty much every trend – from hair ties to slip dresses. But like it or not, a new decade is here to dwarf the popularity of the 90s: the swinging 60s. Ultimate aesthetic goal? The Brady Bunch and In love with a witch.
Those retro flowers, wavy mirrors, shaggy carpets, mushroom prints, and shades of orange, brown, and yellow that you've seen all over Instagram are no coincidence. The fashion of the 60s was colorful and fun, bespoke yet relaxed, and the home decor was just as "groovy" without holding back on color combinations and curved lines. It's all very uplifting and instagramable, which says something about why people are embracing the signature decade now.
Obviously, getting dressed has fallen by the wayside during the pandemic and people are missing it more and more. It explains why the bold, experimental '60s fashions are becoming so popular these days, and the decor is a natural extension of that. While we spend so much time at home, it's only natural that we want to add personality to our space and make it a place we want to be all day every day.
Read on to see the 2021 evidence of the return of the 1960s and shop for the chicest groovy pieces on the market – for your closet and At home.
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