Lest you think that "Mad Men" character Megan Draper is the reigning queen of mod, let us re-introduce you to one of her chic predecessors: Pattie Boyd. The Beatles wife (she was married to George Harrison in the '60s before moving on to Eric Clapton in the late '70s) was an influencer in her own right, gracing the cover of Vogue and modeling in some pretty groovy fashion shows. While cozying up to her husband in 1966, Ms. Boyd wore a distinctively monochromatic ensemble. Who's your favorite fashion icon of the swinging '60s?

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Ralph Lauren Crocheted Beret, 50 Dernier Tights, Eyeko Mascara, Marni Wool Coat, Funtasma by Pleaser Mary Janes

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