The Styles of the 1960s We Want to See on Mad Men--and You, Too

Mad Men returns tonight on AMC, and the hearts of fashion lovers everywhere are aflutter. Betty's Jackie O style and Don's perfect suits have captivated audiences for three seasons, but as season four opens there's a possibility for some new looks. The poster shows Don in an empty white room, and costume designer Janie Bryant has already said that the glitz will be toned down. Before you shed a tear, this could mean wonders for our wardrobes. It's 1964 in Mad Men world, which means Twiggy's mod looks and the fringe and tye-dye of Woodstock's hippies have never been closer to the cast's reality. We've rounded up several of our favorite '60s looks that we hope to see emerge on the show. Prepare to be inspired.
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Mad Men returns tonight on AMC, and the hearts of fashion lovers everywhere are aflutter. Betty's Jackie O style and Don's perfect suits have captivated audiences for three seasons, but as season four opens there's a possibility for some new looks. The poster shows Don in an empty white room, and costume designer Janie Bryant has already said that the glitz will be toned down. Before you shed a tear, this could mean wonders for our wardrobes. It's 1964 in Mad Men world, which means Twiggy's mod looks and the fringe and tye-dye of Woodstock's hippies have never been closer to the cast's reality. We've rounded up several of our favorite '60s looks that we hope to see emerge on the show. Prepare to be inspired.
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Mad Men returns tonight on AMC, and the hearts of fashion lovers everywhere are aflutter. Betty's Jackie O style and Don's perfect suits have captivated audiences for three seasons, but as season four opens there's a possibility for some new looks. The poster shows Don in an empty white room, and costume designer Janie Bryant has already said that the glitz will be toned down.

Before you shed a tear, this could mean wonders for our wardrobes. It's 1964 in Mad Men world, which means Twiggy's mod looks and the fringe and tye-dye of Woodstock's hippies have never been closer to the cast's reality.

We've rounded up several of our favorite '60s looks that we hope to see emerge on the show. Prepare to be inspired.

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When most people think '60s, they immediately think Edie Sedgwick. The mod icon, with her signature crop and heavy eyeliner, was a trendsetter unlike any other. We'd love to see some Factory kids portrayed on Mad Men. Get your Edie on with these sheer tights from American Apparel for $15.

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Nico was another Warhol muse who had a unique and iconic style. Standing tall at 5'10", Nico counteracted her Amazonian frame with menswear pieces and a casual vibe. Mad Men could benefit form a leading lady who's not afraid to be rebellious (or tone deaf). Try out Nico's style with this Preen blazer.

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Diana Vreeland's style marked the 1960s. We think Trudy Campbell could go Diana in the latter part of the decade, with chunky jewels and more of her crazy hats. We all know how Diana feels about pearls too, so try out these Delfina Delettrez pearl earrings to Diana-fy your look.

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Janis Joplin was the female counter culture icon of the 1960s. Her crazy hair, her crazy voice, and her wonderful music inspired a generation of hippies and rockers alike. Aside from Rosemarie DeWitt's stint on Mad Men as Don's fling, there's very little counter culture on the show. Add some spice to your life with these Acne pants.

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The Beatles. Whether you think they're the greatest band of all time, or not, they had the chords heard 'round the world. so let's hear them on Mad Men, please. Say "Good Day, Sunshine" in this cheery Anna Sui dress.