Remember These? 50 Nostalgic Style & Beauty Trends from the 1960s to the 1990s
On Jackie Kennedy it looked sophisticated; on a Pan Am stewardess, jaunty. Yet the simple round hat is actually military in origin, worn by Roman soldiers 2,000 years earlier.
Go Go Boots
Shiny white knee-high vinyl with a fat stacked heel, they were worth the occasional pinch of a too-tight zipper because they made every calf sensuously curvy.
Smiley Face Patches
The annoyingly optimistic yellow circle is still with us, but thankfully its tagline, "Have a nice day!" got lost along the way.
In the Summer of Love, there wasn't time to fumble with buttons. Thank hippie fashion for an item of clothing that was both romantic and unisex, yet easy to remove while tripping.
She never breakfasted at Tiffany's without it. Audrey Hepburn started the buzz over the beehive, which continues to this day, for better (J-Lo) or worse (Snooki).
With a tacky texture like plastic wrap, crinkle leather caused its wearer to cling to any hard smooth surface that she/he came in contact with.
Worn by the Beatles at Shea Stadium and on the cover of the Sgt. Pepper album, this style was later adopted by another teen heartthrob band. Monkee see, Monkee do.
An easy way to tell the hippies from the squares: if a guy's hair was shorter than the fringe on his vest, he was part of The Establishment.
Once British birds were spotted on Carnaby Street wearing Mary Quant's impossibly short mini, we all wanted a piece of Swinging London.