60s fashion in memory: The age of glory for freedom of dressing.

Undeniable that ’60s is one of the most powerful eras in fashion. With the development of modern tone settings, decades of revolutionary use of bold colors, distinctive designs and tailoring, therefore, the fashion identity of this era continues.

 

Influence designers, stylists and fashion lovers around the world. We will bring you to the unforgettable beauty of women in that era.

 

Various dress styles during the era The 60s is truly an important evolution of modern fashion for example: Mod Fashion, Beatnik Fashion or Hippie Fashion. Wearing a miniskirt with a colorful shirt, carrying a leather bag with compact shoes is one of the characteristics of fashion in this era.

 

Here there is an examples of the hippie fashion that is still in the memory of many people for everyone to learn about the origin of this fashion.

 

Hippie fashion was stemming from the rhythmic movement, the counterculture hippie defines the late ’60s. The group is known for its stubborn attitude towards repressive society and celebrating freedom, nature and peace.

 

Both male and female let their hair grow long and wild. They wear jeans, bells, flings, floral prints, peasant shirts and other colorful designs.

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