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The shift dress is steeped deep into the 1960s. With the first mini skirt being introduced in that decade by Mary Quant, designers quickly followed suit and the Mod revolution was born. Traditionally they were A-line in shape or sleeveless and often in psychedelic patterns.
With the resurgence of the '60s Mod trends, design houses such as Valentino, Emilio Pucci, Alexander McQueen, Missoni or Dolce & Gabbana have put their spin on the trend. Here are 5 shift dresses so you can capture the trend.