1960s hippie flower children

How awesome is that yellow and orange floral head wreath?

The flower children of the 60s made undeniable fashion statements. And their presence made a huge impact on our culture. They influenced music, art, fashion, and even politics. The height of the hippie was probably during the most notable concert in history. In August of 1969, The Woodstock Music and Art Fair was held in New York. More than 500,000 people came to hear what would become some of the most iconic music known today. It wasn’t long though before peace, love, and maxi skirts faded out of popularity to make way for disco and punk.

So to honor that legendary era, I present you with some of the best finds my shop, Thrifty Vintage Kitten, has to offer. Putting together a hippie costume is super fun! Braid your hair, throw on some peace signs, and nab up one of these far out garments, and you’ll be nothing short of groovy, man.

Vintage 1960s maxi dresses

1. Here 2. Here 3. Here 4. Here

Vintage hippie skirts

5. Here 6. Here

 1960s Woodstock Fashion

7. Here 8. Here 9. Here 10. Here

Have fun channeling your inner love child! Peace!

I’ll be back tomorrow with another installment of Halloween costume ideas for the vintage fan! Stay tuned!

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Christy

 

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