Fashion in the 60s

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Fashion in the 60s


From the Jackie Kennedy’s proper A-line and pillbox hat to Beatlemania mop tops, from space age styles to hippies with long hair and love beads, fashions see the times a changin’. You said you wanted a revolution…

A

A-line dress
adidas
Afro
Afrocentric
Angel sleeves
Apple caps
Aqua Net
Aqua Velva
Avon

B

Baby doll dresses
Ballerina flats
Bandanas
Baseball caps
Baseball jersey shirts
Bass Weejun penny loafers
Beatlemania
Beehive
Bellbottoms
Berets
Bermuda shorts
Bikini
Birkenstocks
Birthstone jewelry
Bob (hair)
Bobbie Brooks
Body Glove
Body paint
Body suits / Leotards / Catsuits
Breck shampoo
Brut for Men
Brylcreem
Buster Brown shoes
Bustiers
Buttons / Pins

C

Capezios
Capri pants
Cardigan sweaters
Cateye glasses
Charm bracelets
Chelsea boots / Beatles boots
Chinos
Clamdiggers
Clogs
Combat boots
Converse (Chuck Taylor All-Star)
Crepe soles
Crew cuts / flat tops
Cutoffs

D

Danskin
Day of the Week Panties
Dep / Dippity-do
Desert boots
Dr. Martens
Duck Head

E

Empire waist
Ethnic looks

F

False eyelashes
Feather Boas
Fedora hats
Fisherman’s caps
Flannels / Lumberjack shirts
Flip (hair)
Fringe
Fringe-cut / Beatles hair

G

Gamine / Urchin / Pixie cut
Go-go boots
Go-go rings
Granny dresses
Gypsy chic (Stevie Nicks)

H

Hair combs
Hang Ten
Hip huggers
Hippies
Hot pants
Hush Puppies

I

ID bracelets
Ironing hair
Izod shirts

J

Jean Nate body splash
Jeepers athletic shoes
Jumpsuits

K

Keds

L

Letterman’s sweaters
Lettermen / Athletes
Levis jeans
Little girl / Twiggy look
Love beads

M

Macrame
Mary Janes
Mary Quant
Maxi skirts
Micro skirts
Midi skirts
Miniskirts
Mods

N

Native American influence
Nehru jacket
No-Bra (Rudi Gernreich)

O

O’Neill

P

Pantsuits
Paper dresses
Patches
Patchwork
Peacock Revolution / Carnaby Street
Pearls
Pillbox hats
Polo shirts
Ponchos
Poorboy sweater
Pullover tops
Puma

R

Red Ball Jets
Ringlets

S

Sack dress
Shift dress
Skater
Skorts
Smocking
Space Age style
Sundress
Surfer
Suspenders
Sweaters
Swing / Trapeze Dress

T

T-shirts
Tattoos
Tennis skirt
Tie-dye
Tights

W

Wallabees
Winkle pickers

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1 thought on “Fashion in the 60s

  1. In the fashion category: what about mohair sweaters? I remember wearing them in junior high school. We’d sit and pull the fuzzy mohair off and make balls of it.
    Madras shirts and bermudas. The first time they were washed they had to be washed alone because the colors ran.

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