#3: Mini Skirts
Designer Mary Quant introduced her version of the above-the-knee skirt to the hip and young things of London’s trendy set. When these mod gals and guys adopted the styles, the fashion collective followed.
The mini skirt’s length continually crept higher, starting at the knee and slowly rising as the boundaries of “appropriate fashion” continued to be pushed during the ’60s. There was an even an extraordinarily short style called the “micro” mini!
By: Sammy Davis Vintage