A symbol of freewheeling coolness then and now—though, these days, it's more likely to be worn loosely around the neck.
Grace Slick and then-groupie (now attorney) Sally Mann capture the zeitgeist of the 1960s in this image, but the stylish touch that resonates most today are Sally's stackable rings.
The Faux-Fur Vest
Hope this one made it to a thrift shop. It's absolutely of the moment—but mostly for women.
Stephen Stills, in his signature poncho, rocks the night away with his then-new band, Crosby Stills Nash & Young. ("This is the second time we've ever played in front of people, man," he told the crowd. "We're scared shitless.") Today, the poncho is still the sincerest form of funk and chill.
She couldn't be groovier if she tried. The headband is still a fashion staple at music festivals from Coachella to Lollapalooza.
Peace, love and Janis Joplin in tie-dye forever. Quite possibly the greatest emblem of hippiedom, this look will never go out of style.
The Chambray Shirt
Chambray and denim shirts have withstood the hands of time—although it's hard to find an embroidered one nowadays that's under $200.
Country Joe McDonald made his an iconic Woodstock look, inspiring many men and women (and members of Hells Angels) to follow in his footsteps.
Flow it, show it ... These days, you can't walk down any trendy neighborhood street without spotting at least one guy sporting a man bun.
The Neck Scarf
A simple scarf around the neck—as seen here on Joan Baez—can add pizzazz to any ensemble. It did then and it does now.
The Crop Top
The crop top, which had a major moment at Woodstock, continues to be a love-hate trend for many young women, who mainly pair it with high-waisted shorts and pants.
Fringe has made a massive comeback this year, not only on jackets but also on bags and shoes. Still, no one can rock a fringed getup like Jimi Hendrix.
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