How Did People Dress in the 1950's?

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In the 1950’s peoples dressing was hugely influenced by the American rock and roll idols. The main looks for teenagers were greasers and preppies, which was followed by the standard black leather and denim jeans.
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A lot like this! Simple material which was stiffened but very fancy hair with the short curly which was really in style! If you want to see some more pictures you can go to fashion-era.com
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You can get a pretty good idea from the movie "Grease" with Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta. Full skirts, lots of crinoline slips, oxfords, bobby socks, pony tails,
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In the 1950’s, the women clothing comprised of full skirts with lots of crinoline slips, oxfords, bobby socks, pony tails and peter pan collars. Girls clothing comprised of poodle skirts, saddle shoes, capris, cateye glasses, scarves and blouses. On the other hand, men and boys usually dressed in jeans, t-shirts with rolled up sleeves, leather jacket and had funky haircuts.
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