Fads of the 1960's?

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A fad is a cultural fashion that emerges as a result of a large group of people living together. Some of the fads in 1960s were: different hair styles, painting of nails, wearing miniskirts, the emergence of tie and dye T-shirts and plat formed shoes. For information visit the Bored Website.
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American bandstand, lava lamps, hair ironing, Twister, Motown sound, surfing, and
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Off the top of my head: Culture: flower power, free love, the hippie movement, the peace symbol (orig the symbol for the UK's Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, aka CND) Fashion: miniskirts
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Beatles, hiphuggers just beginning, peasant blouses. I still love those shirts and wish I could find them again. We drank a lot of Coke and those red things? - I never saw them. We
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In the 1960s, some fads were high boots with a small heel. Pearly fingernails were also a fad at that time. Fashion was more on the hippie look just like it is ...
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