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What They Wore in the 60's?

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Fashion in the 60s was cut above the social norms, with new styles coming in the mainstream every few years. 60's clothes for men and women changed a lot from the 50's Fashion as the mini skirt and the mod style came in the circle and big swing skirts or long pencil skirts of the 50s vanished steadily from women's closets.
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In the 60's the clothes that were in vogue for women were pastel suits, with oversized buttons while in the mid 1960's the miniskirt was introduced and it went on to be the most popular look of the 60's. Towards the end of the 60's the space look was introduced with big goggles and the clothes made from PVC and sequins material.
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Jeans and t-shirts mostly. At least for those of us that were young. Tie dye was very popular and the jeans were bell bottomed. Trust me, back then they were cool.
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hippie stuff. like. Hip hugging bellbottom jeans with wide belts. Halter tops. Men can go in for leather vests and sport long hair and beards; these have to be unkempt. Micro minis
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In the middle of the decade, culottes, box-shaped PVC dresses and go-go
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Sarah Ophelia Colley, who played Minnie Pearl on Grand Ole Opry wore the $1.98 price tag from the brim
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