Teddy Boy Style – Revisited
Teenagers were the driving force behind fashion in the 1950s. Up until that time, clothing trends had largely been set by fashion houses that catered to the adult market and the dress style of young people had simply followed adult fashions.
Towards the end of that decade, many young men adopted the more tailored, British-influenced Teddy Boy style of dress – high-waisted, narrow ‘drain pipe’ trousers, long jackets, slim ties and large, shiny pointed shoes called ‘winklepickers’. (curtesy of Wikipedia) Please See Larger
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