The year is 2015, but 鈥60s and 鈥70s style has never been hotter. Let鈥檚 take 鈥The Swag鈥 cut as an example. Dubbed the favorite hairstyle of 2015, the adaptation of the 鈥70s/鈥80s shag haircut is appearing on celebrities like Suki Waterhouse, Taylor Swift, Kerry Washington, Behati Prinsloo and Rihanna. But there are so many more fab retro styles than just the shag! Let鈥檚 take a walk back in time and dream a little dream over these celeb photos. You might just find a little hairspiration along the way鈥

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1. Goldie Hawn: We love Goldie just as much as her famous daughter Kate Hudson. The above photo, from March of 1970, shows Hawn sporting a fun and sassy layered lob. (Photo via Steve Wood/Evening Standard/Getty)

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2. Mary Wells: American singer Mary Wells sports a classic 鈥榙o with envy-worthy bangs in October 1964. Wells is pictured here in London, celebrating the success of her recent single 鈥淢y Guy.鈥 (Photo via Chris Ware/Getty)

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3. Jane Shrimpton: British Model Jane Shrimpton shows off her layered locks and long whimsical bangs in 1966, right before debuting in the film Privilege directed by Peter Watkins. (Photo via Stan Meagher/Express/Getty)

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4. Jane Seymour: In 1972, actress and model Jane Seymour shows off her Cher-esque locks in London. (Photo via Keystone/Getty)

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5. Mary Quant: Designer and major influencer of British fashion in the 鈥60s, Quant shows off a 鈥榙o courtesy of famous hairdresser Vidal Sassoon in November of 1964. (Photo via Ronald Dumont/Express/Getty)

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6. Anita Pallenberg: We love this late-鈥60s blonde, shoulder-skimming cut on actress Anita Pallenberg, and we LOVE those boots too! (Photo by Larry Ellis/Express/Getty)

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7. Anita Pallenberg: Here鈥檚 another look at Pallenberg鈥檚 style. Pictured here with boyfriend Keith Richards, Pallenberg sports a more natural color and slightly shaggier cut, but we鈥檙e just as obsessed with it. (Photo via McCarthy/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty)

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8. Diana Ross: Ross is all sorts of fabulous rocking a natural 鈥榝ro at the headquarters of EMI records in 1968. That hair. That scarf. Those glasses. And don鈥檛 even get us started about that jewelry. #obsessed (Photo via Larry Ellis/Express/Getty)

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9. Stevie Nicks: Style icon and American singer Stevie Nicks might just be rocking the perfect shag haircut in this promotional portrait from 1977. Will someone please cut our hair like this IMMEDIATELY? (Photo via Hulton Archive/Getty)

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10. Twiggy: Famous model Twiggy shows us the ultimate way to wear a retro bob with her with a steep side part and volume. Twiggy oozes sophistication (as always) in this photo from 1967. (Photo via Express/Hulton Archive/Getty)

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11. Jane Fonda: Oh Jane, you will forever inspire us with your workouts, and now we鈥檙e even more inspired thanks to this fabulous 鈥榙o of yours from 1965. (Photo via Kaye/Express/Getty)

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12. Brigitte Bardot: French film star and style icon Brigitte Bardot shows us how to rock a tr猫s chic 鈥60s pony. Thick, face-framing bangs, a high tousled pony, teased volume on top and, of course, a ribbon bow, make this an award-winning look in our book. (Photo via Evening Standard/Getty)

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13. Veruschka: German model Veruschka channels old Hollywood glam in 1968 with this polished look featuring a dramatic and face-framing side part with symmetrical barrel waves. (Photo via Hulton Archive/Getty)

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14. Jane Birkin: British model and actress Jane Birkin (yes, the namesake of the famous Herm猫s Birkin bag) is pictured here in 1968. From the shag-esque hair to knit mini-dress, everything about this look is so good that we鈥檇 wear it as-is today. (Photo via S E Orchard/Getty)

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15. Fran莽oise Hardy: French singer and actress Fran莽oise Hardy shows us another enviable hair/outfit combo. Her long layered look is a perfect way to accent the jaw and neckline. (Photo via David Cairns/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty)

Would you rock one of these retro styles? Let us know in the comments section below!