Teen fashions of the 1950s
The s teenage girl. I know because I asked a number of folks in online communities who were open to sharing memories of growing up in the s. I also read books such as What We Wore , that were a compilation of fashion memories from the s to s. The clothing worn to each was very different. Schools had rules — a lot of rules — that governed the type of clothing students could wear, such as hem length, shoes, and even hairstyles. Breaking one of these rules meant punishment or public ridicule or worse… calling their parents.
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1950s Teen Fashion: Styles, Trends & Pictures
s Teenager Fashions - Girls' Fashion Trends and Clothing Styles
In the s, fashion was more conservative and gender-specific than it is today. Teenage girls were expected to wear skirts and dresses in all but the most casual circumstances. Teenage boys had a little more freedom to be casual, wearing dungarees or jeans in the style James Dean and Marlon Brando, popular screen actors of the day. The s marked the first decade that teenagers were called teenagers, and companies increased their marketing of clothing to that demographic. Teen girls in the s often wore petticoats under gathered skirts with cardigan sweaters.
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What Clothes Did the Teens Wear in the '50s?
Until the term teenagers had never before been coined. Children were known as girls and boys were known as youths once they displayed signs of puberty. Then young people were grown up at 18 and fully adult legally at 21 when they often married and set up a home of their own, even if it was a rented room. Getting married was a way of showing the adult world that you belonged to their world and was a way of escape from puberty.
Images of the s teenage boy bring up pictures of rebellious greasers and outcast nerds. The s were the age of boys and girls dressing like smaller versions of adults, yet it was what they wore on weekends and after school that defined the decade. Let us see why….
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