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  • Crochet dresses were one of those 1960s styles you had to be brave to wear when the classic version was a white figure hugging mini dress with a generous supply of holes which were sometimes just a little too large and a little too close together.

    How do we love Audrey Heburn’s 1960s style? Let us count the ways First it was that 1961 Breakfast at Tiffany’s LBD, teamed with movie star shades and top-handle bag which won over our hearts. Then came the off-duty style game - a champion of chic capri pants and ballet pumps. Oh Audrey...

  • 1960s Hairstyle tricks for ‘long haired girls’ – from Sixties Model Pattie Boyd. Most of us will agree that a girls shining glory is her hair.I feel it is so important for a girl to devote her main attention to her Barnet – which is the London slang word for hairstyle. My hair is pretty longish, so this article I’m…

    The leaders of mid 1960s style were the British. and 's were virtual fashion parades. In 1966, the space age was gradually replaced by the , with the men wearing double-breasted suits of crushed velvet or striped patterns, brocade waistcoats, shirts with frilled collars, and their hair worn below the collar bone. Rolling Stones guitarist epitomised this "dandified" look. Women were inspired by the top models of the day which included , , , , and . Velvet mini dresses with lace-collars and matching cuffs, wide tent dresses and had pushed aside the geometric shift. False eyelashes were in vogue, as was pale lipstick. Hemlines kept rising, and by 1968 they had reached well above mid-thigh. These were known as "micro-minis". This was when the "angel dress" made its appearance on the fashion scene. A micro-mini dress with a flared skirt and long, wide trumpet sleeves, it was usually worn with patterned tights, and was often made of crocheted lace, velvet, chiffon or sometimes cotton with a print such as those designed by . The cowled-neck "monk dress" was another religion-inspired alternative; the cowl could be pulled up to be worn over the head. For evening wear, skimpy chiffon baby-doll dresses with spaghetti-straps were the mode as well as the "cocktail dress", which was a close-fitting sheath, usually covered in lace with matching long sleeves.Feather were occasionally worn.

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  • Today you will find that many of these 1960s hairstyles are still popular and many times have taken a new and updated spin but the basic hairstyle is still there. The bob hairstyle is very popular for 2008 whether you want to wear it completely straight "sedu" or you want to create a wavy or more textured look, the bob is one look which has never gone out of style and creates a sexy and elegant look every woman can wear gracefully.

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TV shows like Mad Men made 1960s fashion very popular again. Most mainstream fashions today are also heavily inspired by the 1960s. Shift dresses, colorblock dresses, and wiggle dresses for women are in style while for men it is skinny ties, stingy brim hats and monk strap shoes. Getting the 1960s fashion look is easy with the right sixties style clothing. We have made is easier to shop for 1960s style clothing, shoes, and accessories here by linking to some of the best clothing and costumes for sale online.