Woodstock, the three-day musical mud fest known for its peace, love and rock 'n' roll, came and went in '69, but the fashions donned at Max Yasger's farm 40 years ago have resurfaced. With the opening of the movie, Taking Woodstock
(in theaters August 28), let's reminisce. From bell-bottom jeans to fringe jackets, the flower-child look is undoubtedly back, commemorating the spirit of the hippie counterculture.
Whether you're a Jimi Hendrix fan or a fashionista who wants to look fierce, swap your shrunken leather jacket for a cropped fringed number (left, $656.37 at MyTheresa.com
). Pair the hippie-couture vest with blue jeans or leggings and voila—an eye-catching ensemble perfect a concert, backyard shin ding, or a night on the town with your gal pals.