Swinging 60s Models

Twiggy
image credit: By Failuresque (Flickr: Twiggy) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

When I was exploring Moped fashion! a couple of weeks ago, I stumbled on this great Youtube film.

If you love all things Sixties, I’m sure you’ll enjoy this fantastic compilation.

Hope you’re having a good day.

By Catherine Murray

I'm trying to write a blogpost every day, hence 3sixtyfive blog.

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  1. Reblogged this on New Romantics Press and commented:
    If you like 60’s fashion, you’ll like some of the images in this post. Sadly, my hair was too wavy to grow it in a large straight waterfall as required in those days. But I still look back on those times with great fondness – exciting and full of endless possibilities.

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  2. Morning Cathy, I did enjoy looking at that montage of sixties images, really took me back. The years 1967 – 1969 were iconic ones for me as I had just entered the sixth form (we didn’t have to wear school uniform in the VIth form) and the prospect of Teaching Training College and leaving home stretched tantalisingly ahead of me. 1969 was also the year I met my husband (at college). Golden years.

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    1. Golden years indeed, Lizzie. Your school must have been very progressive. Mine insisted that 6th formers continued to wear uniform. Hence my friend and I left the day after the A levels were over despite the Head demanding we stayed until the end of term. Happy days!

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  3. Oh wow so cool. If you are keen to post re the 60s and want some inspiration, check out our novel, Only One Woman – our Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/RenzandStella/ for details.
    A great blog thanks so much, loved the video and the music. Just seen Michael Caine’s 60s documentary too…My Generation. Think you might love it. Thanks for this. Good luck.

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      1. Oh you must see it. Also the 6 TV interviews which are going to run off the back of it with people appearing in the movie/documentary. I’ve spent my life in the music business and loved every moment of it….the 60’s were my teen years and I met my musician husband then and so we are up to our necks in music 24/7. x

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