While there are many films and television shows that portray the sixties, no one is doing it better right now than AMC’s Mad Men, which returned last night for a highly-anticipated fourth season. Although the premiere brought with it many burning questions (Will Betty really divorce Don? Will the newly-formed advertising agency ever get a real office?), here at Mama’s A Rolling Stone there was only one thing on our mind: the fashion.
Thanks to award-winning costume designer Janie Bryant’s eye for detail – Bryant insists that the actresses wear proper girdles, slips and bras, and sticks to a specific color palette for each of the main characters – Mad Men is a consistent crowd-pleaser for fashion-lovers like us. Accordingly, in today’s Film Fashion story, we are paying tribute to Betty Draper’s elegance, Joan Harris’s boldness and Peggy Olson’s modesty with a selection of Mad Men-inspired picks that blend 1960s style with modern attitude. If you love to play dress up in timeless shift dresses, feminine full skirts and flirty peep-toe heels, we’re sure you’ll find plenty of ideas and inspiration in today’s story. With that, we present Film Fashion: Mad Men.
- Silk Twill Pintuck Skirt ($375) by Z Spoke by Zac Posen
- Sleeveless Pussybow Blouse ($70) by Topshop
- Acrylic Pearl Earrings ($26) by Kenneth Cole New York
- Blue Python Snake Cuff ($240) by Kara By Kara Ross
- French Grain Leather Satchel ($295) by DKNY Handbag
- Signature Trench ($479.50) by Halston Heritage
- 319/S Sunglasses ($250) by Marc Jacobs
- Leather Cashmere Lined Gloves ($69) by All Gloves
- Rosali Satin Peep-Toe Platform Pumps ($149.99) by Badgley Mischka
- Wrap-Front Cashmere Sweater ($460) by DKNY
- Ruffle Shift Dress ($100) by Topshop
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