Here is a little inspiration from Alfies if you are as obsessed with the glamour of Mad Men as us!
For the ultimate 1960s power office...
A sleek 1950s/60s rosewood Giancarlo Frattini desk. From Francesca Martire.
A beautiful 1960s rosewood Italian sideboard by F. Albini. From Modo Italia.
The three main female characters in the show have their own unique style, Betty Draper (wife of the lead Don Draper) is a former model turned perfect housewife. Her style is very elegant - think full skirts, petticoats, silk scarves and beautiful cocktail dresses.
Second of these powerful ladies is Joan Holloway. Joan is the office manager of advertising agency Sterling Cooper and looks after all the secretaries in the office. Joan is a bold, strong character and is considered a "Queen Bee" in the office.
Joan has a classic hourglass figure and dresses to suit her shape. So her staples are figure hugging dresses, blouses and pencil skirts to suit her office job.
Kelly green bubble bottom cocktail dress from The Girl Can't Help It.
Lastly is Peggy Olsen, the youngest of the three. Peggy's style is more about growing up and maturing as she develops her place in Sterling Cooper. In the show we see her start as a secretary and work her way up to a copywriter, working in a male dominated industry.
She wears lots of plaid and textured fabrics also a longer length on skirts and dresses. She dresses to suit her character, she wants to be taken seriously!