Like a lot of other decades, there are a lot of different looks throughout the ’60s. The early ’60s was heavily influenced by ’50s fashion. There’s a mod scene, and you see the continuation of pencil skirts as a really great outline. And then as you get towards the late ’60s, with the sexual revolution and the Vietnam War, and the emergence of the hippie movement, the fashions really start to change. And they become much more earthy and bohemian, and so we’re going to try and touch on both of those basic movements when we talk about accessories and hair and clothing. The ’60s is a really, really, really great decade.
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We’re only going to be able to talk about some of it. But, the influences of that era still really exist today. And a lot of things that we wear today for every day were really first introduced in the 1960s. And hippie fashion isn’t really, wasn’t really fashion per se, because it wasn’t really about the clothes, it was more about what the clothes weren’t.
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