2 Modern Ways To Wear ’60s-Inspired Dresses Like Nicky Hilton

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Nicky Hilton has been turning the streets of Manhattan into her own personal runway, and we have noticed a pattern in her style of dressing.

The 30-year-old has been showing a penchant for 1960s-inspired frocks!

Nicky Hilton spotted wearing a black polka-dot dress in ManhattanNicky Hilton spotted wearing a black polka-dot dress in Manhattan, New York City, on September 9, 2014

A few days ago, Nicky channeled her inner mod in a long-sleeved polka-dot shift dress with a contrasting black collar.

Nicky Hilton's black Chanel top-handle bag and long-sleeved polka-dot shift dressNicky Hilton’s black Chanel top-handle bag and long-sleeved polka-dot shift dress

The socialite went for an all-black theme and partnered the dainty dress with a pair of black platform pumps, a black Chanel top-handle bag, and a pair of black sunglasses.

Nicky Hilton styled her sleeveless pastel-colored dress with nude peep-toe heelsNicky Hilton styled her sleeveless pastel-colored dress with nude peep-toe heels

This monochromatic outfit is in stark contrast to the bright and cheerful one she wore just the day before.

Nicky Hilton flaunted her legs in a 60s-inspired baby blue dressNicky Hilton flaunted her legs in a 60s-inspired baby blue dress

Her baby blue fit-and-flare dress also oozed a ’60s flair. She paired the adorable dress with nude Christian Louboutin “Very Prive” pumps.

Nicky Hilton wearing a baby blue dress in New York CityNicky Hilton wearing a baby blue dress in New York City on September 8, 2014

And things got even more adorable. Shortly after, she joined her older sister, Paris Hilton, who was wearing the same dress, but in bubblegum pink!

Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton walking by the Lincoln Center after attending the Dennis Basso fashion show during New York Fashion WeekParis Hilton and Nicky Hilton walking by the Lincoln Center after attending the Dennis Basso fashion show during New York Fashion Week in New York on September 8, 2014

Don’t they make a fetching pair in their retro reproduction frocks?

We can’t blame these hotel heiresses for their love of ’60s-inspired dresses. They are hot on the runway, and it looks like the love for this particular era isn’t going to die down any time soon.

Try copying Nicky’s two outfits. Here are some options similar to her mod shift dress from Shopbop:

Rachel Zoe Onyx Collared Fit & Flare DressRachel Zoe Onyx Collared Fit & Flare Dress, $295

Jill Stuart Jennifer Collared DressJill Stuart “Jennifer” Collared Dress, $498

UNIF Doll DressUNIF Doll Dress, $125

And here are some adorable fit-and-flare frocks from Farfetch:

Mary Katrantzou Jq Astere Cookie Jacquard DressMary Katrantzou “JQ Astere” Cookie Jacquard Dress, $3,527.54

Cushnie Et Ochs Layered Flared DressCushnie Et Ochs Layered Flared Dress, $1,625

PAROSH Loncot DressP.A.R.O.S.H. “Loncot” Dress, $531.24

RED Valentino Heart Faille DressRED Valentino Heart Faille Dress, $695

Which of these 1960s dress styles do you love more?

Credit: WENN / IZZY

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