1. TurtlenecksA staple in the men’s wardrobe revitalization of the 1960s; turtlenecks were paired with everything from a blazer, to a sweater, to a vest. Every color and construction of turtleneck was worn by men in the 60s, beatniks preferred black of course.
2. Nehru Collar
Form fitted shirts, suit jackets with narrow lapels, and drainpipe pants was the mod silhouette. The “no-waist” style of the 60s was emphasized with the aptly nicknamed “hipster” pant that sat well below the belly button. These drastic changes in cut and fit for men's clothing was the first time men's fashion had diviated from the classic suit since the zoot suit of the 1930s.
4. Buffalo Plaid Shirt
Not just for lumberjacks; in the 1960s the buffalo plaid shirt was popular with all walks of life; from hippies and dads. Though the silhouette is formal, the laidback print and material (usually flannel) of the plaid shirt made it a men's causal staple.