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Fashion in the 60s and 70s We get a lot of inquiries, presumably from children of boomers, about clothing fashion in the 60s and 70s. Perhaps some of you boomers can help us here. Most of our description relates to fashions in the U. But for now, we know our limits.
The most important thing to note, I believe, is that fashion for us kids in the early 60s was way, way different than fashion in the early 70s! For us, the whole scene changed in the 60s.
What you wore to get attention in you would not get caught dead wearing in We show you some of both here.
The differences are amazing. Pictures on this page that contain thick borders are available in a larger form. Move your mouse over a picture. If you see the words "Click to see larger image," click the image to open a separate window which will contain a larger version of the picture. Note the tails and vest.
Yes, this was formal, but it was standard for formal occasions of the day.
The biggest change I recall in fashion for our parents in the 60s was the disappearance of the formal hat. I remember that my dad wore a hat to and from work. I never could figure out why.
As a young kid, I had to wear one when I went to church. It was so stupid; it did not do a thing The part of my head that I wanted most to shelter from the cold was my ears. And the hat did absolutely nothing for my poor, heat-starved ears.
Apparently President Kennedy had a disdain for hats, too. That set the trend. That came to an end in the 60s. By the late 60s they were gone!THIS essay examines the idea of tolerance in our advanced industrial society.
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