Welcome to the 60s! Vintage 60’s vibes are a great way to mix up Spring looks for the whole family. Adding 1960 nostalgic prints and patterns that honor the essence of the decade is easy with our new capsule—Peace, Love, Posh. Here are eight effortless ways you can incorporate retro styles into your children’s everyday life.

  1. Slip Into A Skort

Your little girl loves to frolic freely during playtime! That’s why we love our butterfly rainbow skort. The skirted front captures the popular style of the 60s, while the shorts underneath make it easy for her to run around with ease. Our rainbow skort gives your little girl the best of both worlds with a vivid burst of color. We like to pair it with a smiley face tee shirt for double the happiness.

  1. Hop Around In A Jumpsuit or Romper

In the 1960s, jumpsuits with bold floral prints were all the rage. It’s no wonder it is still a fashion staple—stylish and comfy! Now you can bring a smile to your child’s face as they slip into their own smocked jumpsuit or kiddie romper. A playful pastel flower print really plays up that 60s fashion vibe. To let your little one really get into the groove, top her head with a flower crown and strike a peace sign pose. 

  1. Complete Your Crib

Love a themed Nursery? Our 60’s prints make for a unique and bright spin on a nursery décor. Plus, our crib sheets are made from ultra-soft bamboo in the same vibrant prints from the Peace, Love, Posh Capsule Collection. From flower-filled fields to a rainbow of butterflies, your baby will be lulled to sleep on the funkiest of patterns.

  1. Add It To Naptime

Your baby already has the sweetest dreams on a reversible lush bamboo blanket, the perfect addition to any child's blankie collection. Give their favorite blanket a funky twist. Our Flower Power & Flower Power Tie Dye bamboo blanket is a fun combo that truly captures the spirit of the 60s

  1. Set It For Swaddling 

We know how important it is to swaddle your baby in their first few months. Do it with a fashionable flair with detachable lovey in our coveted 1960s-inspired reversible prints. Don’t stop there! You can add mix and match beanies and headbands for a retro look that truly covers your baby from head to toe.

  1. Be Bedtime Ready

Make sure your children are in the comfiest and grooviest of clothing at bedtime. Whether your babies are cuddled up in zippered one pieces, or your older kids are wearing the short sleeve pajama sets from our Peace, Love, Posh collection, know they are outfitted in pieces that are breathable, stretchy, lightweight, and buttery soft. Coordinate your sets so the whole family has their own pair for some far-out dreams.

  1. Dream In Colors

Your little peanut will be dreaming inside a rainbow! When you put them down for a nap, they’ll sleep so snugly in our slightly weighted sleep bags featuring must-have rainbow and shooting star prints.

Retro Print Patterns Your Family Will Love

Print patterns were a big part of 60s outfits, and Posh Peanut is paying homage with the retro-inspired prints found in our Peace, Love and Posh collection. They are expertly designed (and made with love, of course!) to be playful, easy-to-wear additions in your family’s wardrobe. 

Flower Power. Frolic in a field of colorful flowers, each with a smiley face at its center.

Meadow. Butterflies and wildflowers in autumn hues blend seamlessly together in this peaceful pattern.

Smiley Faces. Be happy in our vintage-inspired print of smiley faces on a serene blue tie dye background.

Tie-Dye. Whether on its own, or the backdrop for our smiley faces, these swirly loops of color are oh-so-cool.

Rainbow. Add all the colors of the rainbow to your day with this bright and bold print.

Make the most of these fun patterns by mixing and matching them to create your own unique vision of retro 60s style.

Fun Ways To Add '60 Style To Family Life

Wearing our Peace, Love, Posh collection is just the beginning. There are so many creative ways to make 1960s retro style a part of your family fun. With Posh Peanut's long-lasting viscose bamboo material, you can trust that your children's pieces will last through any occasion you choose. Here are some of our favorite activities to get you started.

Host A 1960s-Themed Party

Why not add a fun twist to an upcoming family gathering with a sixties theme? Along with dressing your children in inspired-retro rompers and dresses, you could curate a playlist of family-friendly hits from the 1960s, and include ‘60s top charters like "The Name Game" by Shirley's Gang and "Suga Suga" by The Archies. This would be a groovy way to celebrate your baby's first birthday. Use paper peace signs as a centerpiece and serve chips and dip.​

Hit The Road With Vintage Style

Planning the ultimate road trip for you and your kids? They'll be so comfortable in our oh-so-soft and comfy outfits from our Happy Tie Dye collection, one of our most far-out styles. You and your kids can have fun keeping a lookout for any classic VW Beetles on the road – one of the most popular car designs of the 1960s. You can also enjoy the sights while wearing our Grady car-inspired collection. Make sure you have backup chargers for everyone’s iPads and tablets, stock your car with plenty of yummy snacks, and schedule regular bathroom breaks. You'll be on your way in no time.  

Play A Game From The Past

Get your kids off their screens and out into nature by introducing them to some fun physical pastimes from the era. Nothing gets hearts pumping like a game of hopscotch, which could be played while wearing a ruffled short set from our "Future Is Female" collection. Our pieces are durable enough to make it through a few rounds of tag, which was a popular children's game in the 1960s. Too wet to be outside? Pull out a classic board game from the sixties like Yahtzee, Battleship, Clue, or Operation, which have all stood the test of time. 

Watch A 1960s Family Flick

Make Friday night movie night feel like a blast from the past! Have the whole family slip into rainbow- or pastel-colored pajamas and claim the best spots on the couch. Pop up a big bowl of popcorn and cue up classic family films from the 60s. Mary Poppins, The Parent Trap, and That Darn Cat are sure to leave your whole family laughing.

Three Must-Have 60s Styles For Mom

Ready to add some 1960s-inspired clothing into your own wardrobe? Here are three easy, versatile pieces that every mom can enjoy.

The Shift Dress. When you’re a busy mother with a full schedule, thinking about how to put together separates can take up too much of your precious family time. You want to quickly slip into something that's effortlessly stylish. An A-line dress is an ideal option that can be worn in so many ways. You can keep it casual by wearing it under a moto jacket and adding sneakers to run errands. If it’s sleeveless, try layering it over a silky blouse for parent-teacher conferences. Got a dinner date night out with a loved one? Slip a stylish belt over your A-line dress and wear your favorite pair of heels for a dressy, evening look.

Pajama Wear. We here at Posh Peanut know a thing or two about this one! Put a smile on your face -- and everywhere else -- in our Happy Tie Dye short sets. Chill out in a robe or slip dress designed with our calming Meadow print. You can coordinate the whole family into any one of our retro styles for special occasions like holidays, vacation trips, and family-fun nights. Create a charming collection of loungewear and pajama options to fit your busy lifestyle—you deserve it.  

Final Thoughts

Our Peace, Love, Posh collection is all about joy, laughter, and good vibes. It’s full of bold, bright colors and funky patterns that celebrate the era’s groovy, laidback scene and lets you create your own take on 60s style.

From flower power to rainbows bright, check out our modern-day interpretations. Also add a welcomed dose of nostalgia to your family’s life with fun activities that were huge in the sixties, ones that your children will still love and appreciate today. 

 

March 02, 2022 — Joshua Tomas

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