Joan, Betty, Peggy – the ladies of “Mad Men” started shaking the fashion world the very moment the Emmy-winning AMC series hit the airwaves. From their demure cat eyes and sultry red lipstick to their glitzy cocktail rings, loud patterns and hour glass silhouettes, each episode feels like an hour long gander into the vintage shop of every fashionista’s dreams. Luckily for us, plenty of designers have also become inspired by the 1960s glam craze. Here are a few pieces to get you in the mod mood just in time for the season premier.
Earlier this month, Estee Lauder released their Mad Men Collection chalk full of classic hues inspired by the show’s leading ladies packaged in vintage style gold casing. Select from lipstick in Cherry ($25) and crème rouge in Evening Rose ($40).
Banana Republic didn’t just mimic the Mad Men style; they created their own modern take on the era by collaborating with the show’s costume designer Janie Bryant. Bursting with fresh floral, feminine pink and lots of gold adornments, the pieces range in price from $35 to $150.
What’s a Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce garden party without a pair of pastel pumps? Spring 2012 lines are showcasing plenty of candy-colored goodies like this chunky-heeled two-toned find by Nine West ($89)
Last season, Versace released a three piece sunglasses line inspired by Betty Draper’s infamous white rimed shades. However, to get the same look on a much smaller budget, check out these adorable shades available online through Mod Cloth ($11.99)