What Did People Wear in the 60s?


Some of the things that people used to wear in the 60's are tapered trousers for men, slim ties and winkle pickers. During this time fashion was very regional and it was all about glamour. Fashion went through a revolution but few women changed in the early years of that decade.
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The 1960's began with crew cuts on men and bouffant hairstyles on women. Men's casual shirts were often plaid and buttoned down the front, while knee-length dresses were required wear for women in most public places.
By mid-decade, miniskirts or hot pants, often worn with go-go boots, were revealing legs, bodywear was revealing curves, and women's hair was either very short or long and lanky.
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In the 60s, people used to wear mini skirts, channel suit and the full skirt. The men's fashion also went up through other transformations. The flares were in and kipper ties.
In the 1960’s people wore clothes that had little transformation from those won in the 50’s. The Italian suits, narrow trousers, narrow lapels and a thin tie were the inn thing in fashion. Those who were fashion conscious wore flares while the ladies wore skirts that were thinner downwards.
When most people picture women's styles of the 1960s, they immediately think of long-haired hippies wearing floral patterns and peace-sign necklaces.
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