Ok well first off you have to choose whether you want to be more hippie (American movement) or mod (English movement)
You can be both, but I personally wouldn’t suggest it: their main neutral tones clash too much (hippie = brown, mod = black) so buying both can get expensive.
If you’re going for the hippie look, jeans/jean shorts, fringe, brown boots, and flowy tops are all musts. The emphasis of the hippie movement was being unique, carefree, and laid back. These staples of hippie fashion epitomize such an attitude.
For a mod look, collared patterned dresses/shirts, trouser pants/shorts, neckties/ascots, and black boots are all musts. This scene was very much about self expression, and progressive thinking.
Now, one of the biggest problems people have when it comes to 60s fashion is matching patterns, especially paisley. DO NOT WEAR TWO DIFFERENT PATTERN/PAISLEY ITEMS. YOU WILL LOOK LIKE A MASSIVE TOOL, ESPECIALLY IF THE COLORS ARE NEAR OPPOSITES ON THE COLOR WHEEL. A PURPLE PAISLEY SCARF DOES NOT GO WITH AN ORANGE PAISLEY SHIRT.
Those are pretty much the basics. If you have more questions just ask :)
Girls protesting for mini skirts, 1960s
Thanks for erasing the source :)))