7 ModCloth Items To Wear To A 'Mad Men' Series Finale Party To Channel Your Inner Betty, Peggy, Or Joan

There are so many lingering questions going into the Mad Men finale that are going to be answered incredibly soon, and so many story lines that still need endings, but one of the most important of them all: What are you going to wear to a Mad Men finale costume party? I mean, you're not just getting ready to say goodbye to all of the characters that fueled the drama, but also mourning some of the best on-screen style of our generation, with countless incredible Mad Men style moments to boot. You obviously need to do so in a way that pays homage to the style icons that these characters became and the decades that the show took us through sartorially.Whether your look is more season 1 Joan or season 7 Peggy, or you're just fixing to wear something cute and vintage-y, getting to play in three decades of style is fun all on its own. You can go full costume-y and combine a bunch of vintage-inspired items, but all of these pieces from ModCloth also work on their own for mixing a little retro flair into your wardrobe on the regular. Whether you decide to go '50s housewife and channel Betty, embrace '60s mod looks, or revel in this spring's '70s trend, there's the perfect piece waiting for tonight's finale and beyond:

1950s

With Only A Wink Dress, $150, modcloth.com

WWBW: What Would Betty Wear? If she was headed out to a party, an elegant dress with gorgeous detail like this one, of course!

Streak Of Success Skirt, $60, modcloth.com

Nothing says 1950s like a full poodle-esque skirt. Appropriate for work and fun for play, this navy skirt is equal parts feminine and sophisticated.

1960s

Record Time Dress, $50, modcloth.com

Channel your inner mod babe with this emblematic Peter Pan collar and cool teal shade. Eyelashes not included.

See Right Through Bloom Dress, $70, modcloth.com

This British shift dress looks like its right out of 1960s London — part structured and chic, part freewheeling and fun.

1970s

Daisy Of Plenty Sandal, $36, modcloth.com

If flower children wore shoes, we'd definitely see them wearing this jelly sandal with a floral motif. Can't wear a daisy chain? This is your next best bet.

Let The Fun Shine Top, $40, modcloth.com

Tuck this printed top into navy skirt and dangle a cigarette from your lip for a Peggy Olson "I quit" vibe. Accessorize with a box of your belongings.

Let's Have Some Fun Dress, $65, modcloth.com

This sleeveless shift dress in earthy colors and a loose fit screams '70s California style — perfect to pay homage to Sterling Cooper's California offices.

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