Among many other things, the late 1960′s was an era of Mod vintage clothing and crazy bold geometric shapes. It was an era that gave birth to many styles even more popular today such as culottes, bikinis, fringe belts, bell-bottom jeans, tights, teeny tiny miniskirts and sexy knee-high boots. It was a time of moving forward and moving on in fashion, politics and everyday life. Mod, however began in London, where fashion seems to begin and end even still. Mini skirts emerged on the runway, and soon after on the street and in homes across the globe. This isn’t just about the mini skirt though, Mod is a style that made popular fashion simpler, more affordable, shorter and sexier than ever before.
This Mod mini dress is by Beautiful Dirty Rich is a stretchy knit fabric in several bold color options. the outfit includes a matching scarf. The boots are by Gizza, and true to Mod fashion, they were discovered in the bargain outlet for only L$150. I made this outfit my own by adding a fringe belt by Rain Laval, creator of a store called ::Meh:: on SL Marketplace, and some amazing blue makeup by Atomic Bambi. I found an old leather necklace in my inventory that I thought was lost. It’s by ::MM:: Mix and Match, which actually has a lot of adorable adds and ends for fashion, and my earrings are from BeautyCode. They come in 10 different colors and two styles. I happen to like these big “Leather” hoops for just about everything, especially for my perfectly Mod look.
Model: Jujudoll Dancer
Photography: Jujudoll Dancer