Mod Monday



What’s Old is New Again
It’s a mod world we live in, or at least that’s what the fashion industry would have you believe. Many designers showcased their interpretation of “Mod.” From the 60s, Twiggy-esque look to the covetted hair and makeup style of Bridget Bardot, the fashion term mod is all the rage this season.

Bridget Bardot

Bridget Bardot

Spring 2013 Mod Fashion
Whether it be lace sheath dresses from Valentino, big hair and cat eye make up from Fay or bold black and white ensembles designed by Jonathan Saunders the “Mod” interpretations are endless.

I decided to start a new trend, called #ModMonday. This is one of a few looks I’d like to share with you for the next couple of weeks featuring my own interpretation of the iconic, structured style.

© Marsha Dorfman- Cairo

Photo: Marsha Dorfman-Cairo ©
Model: Jenna Salak

My Look – Peplum Jacket: Forever 21, Black Pencil Skirt: BCBG Max Azria, Tights: Express, Wedge Lace-Up Heels, Fergie, Black and White Cuff Bracelets: Forever 21
To finish the mod look, create a deep side part and tease hair at the roots to create volume. Pull hair back and secure with a hair tie. Use a liquid liner to create a winged effect and finish with 2-3 coats of mascara.

© Marsha Dorfman-Cairo

Photo: Marsha Dorfman-Cairo ©
Model: Jenna Salak

I’d love to see or hear about how you style the 2013 fashion trend! Leave a comment below to discuss…


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One response to “Mod Monday

  1. I totally agree with Mod coming back, I love the twiggy look. I am also obsessed with Bridget Bardot’s French chic look, her bangs are something to covet!!

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