Fashion is undergoing another youth revolution and wrinklies over the age of 25 should look carefully before they leap into catsuits, hots pants or any other bottom-hugging styles.
But anyone young enough to wear it, either then or now, doesn't even listen.
Sixties fashion - the wet-look, micro-minis and psychedelic prints - was always for the young, and if the young at heart think they can wear it, they're only fooling themselves.
There is a subtle difference between THEN and NOW in this incarnation - the lines are cleaner and stronger than the original.
Finally, a pair of knee-high boots or flat Chanel shoes finishes off any outfit.
As for hair accessorises, the beehive is fading but the ubiquitous headband has got a tenacious hold on our heads, if not lives.
Can you believe it, vinyl is again a sought-after commodity! The slick, wet look is shining through, in skirts, accessories and jackets.
Basic black is, well, the basis of any self-respecting girl's wardrobe. But jazz it up with vibrant leggings or spandex zentai in Pucci psychedelia.
Looking for a splash of color? Then the only alternative you should consider is red. No variations on a theme. Just pure, lustful red.
Other icons of the era to be transported to the last decade of the century are hot pants (for the uninitiated these are winter shorts) bodysuits, and of course, the shortest of short skirts.
The classic houndstooth, check and tweed prints are back but this time are exaggerated for a greater effect.