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June 6, 2015

Pictures of Women's Fashions in the 1960s and 1970s

The 1960s was the era of rising hemlines and the mini skirts. Up until the 1960s hemlines were at an acceptable knee height with the introduction of the ’60s hemlines grew shorter this created controversy when they first appeared exposing a lot more skin than bargained for.

The mod fashion was another fashion trend of the 1960s this being modern fashion, referring to a youth lifestyle that emerged from London during the 1960s and became quickly popular. This mod fashion was slim fitting and featured geometric bold shapes and colours, which was a bit of a shock since the ’50s consisted of dark black, brown and grey fashion.

Ladies welcome to the 1970s the year where bras and corsets were seen as symbols of oppression and conformity and many women decided against the bra (wouldn’t that be nice). The year of women not feeling over powered by men, so much that they started to wear their clothing including baggy trousers, mens jackets, vests and oversized shirts.
















25 comments:

  1. Brings back memories....

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  2. Most of these are not the clothes people wore. You can tell that they are 'fashion shoot' photos.

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  3. Anyone happen to notice that the second set of pictures (Lady Leather) is a young and (very) hot Joan Collins?

    And she's still gorgeous and going strong at 82! Va va va voom!

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  4. First thing I noticed...I just wasn't positive.

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  5. Very true. Which goes to show you that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
    =0)

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  6. Most of these are not the clothes people wore why ?

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  7. love the hats

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  8. So not wearing a bra was very common in that time, which for now is a must have thing whatever fashion you are following. This is amazing, I never thought this would be very normal in ancient times.
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  12. I don't remember anybody wearing those in the 1960s. Everybody looked rather like James Bond and Elizabeth Taylor ;-)

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  14. Photo were very excellent and first and last were awesome.

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  15. Most of these are not the clothes people wore why ?

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  20. Fantastic post. Glad see those 60s and 70s fashion!

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