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London’s iconic red bus promotes swinging boutique Birds...

The popularized mod look that began in London. This is part of the Swinging London style- miniskirts, go-go boots, crocheted vests, shoulder bags. all part of the girly look .

Granny Takes a Trip, 488 King's Road, World's End boutique in Chelsea #London in the 60s

Granny Takes a Trip, 488 King's Road, World's End boutique in Chelsea London .

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Young girls wore mini skirts in the They weren't kidding about mini. Hey I remember my moms used to wear her mini skirts so short that she had to wear covers for her panties! She also wore them with boots SO HOT MOM!

1960s Fashion: The Icons and styles that defined a the decade

1960s Fashion: The Icons And Designers That Helped Shape The Decade

Patti Boyd Patti Boyd’s enchanting modish style, flippy hair, and endless legs…

carnaby street

Menswear manager: My shop. Lord John Boutique on Carnaby Street, London, I was there in the late seventies.

typical 70's outfits

Bell Bottoms 1969 - LOVED my bell bottomed pants and "rib tickler" tops!

Here's What London Looked Like in 1967 | Londonist

Here's What London Looked Like in 1967 | Londonist

Jenny Boyd (Pattie Boyd's sister) In London    Summer 1965 - American teen Stephanie Sikorski (seated in car), of Allentown, PA, won an eight day trip to England sponsored by Hess’s Department store. On Wednesday Stephanie was off to a big party with London models Gai Wright and Jenny Boyd all shown posing in Mary Quant fashions. Jenny Boyd is wearing a shirt-dress by Mary Quant for Daphne, $25. From Ingenue magazine, November 1965.

thecarnabetianarmy: “ the-cavern: “ Jenny Boyd, Stephanie Sikorski and Gai Wright in Mary Quant designs - 1965 ” I’ve only ever seen the crop with Jenny before, so this is just beautiful!

Swinging Sixties London! Photos Paul Huf, Avenue (Dutch) September 1966

Dutch Avenue September 1966 Photos Paul Huf Your time machine to Swinging Sixties London!

Swinging London 1960s Mini Skirts, Carnaby Street, Mary Quant, John Stevens. We listened to Pink Floyd, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Small Faces. Don't forget the Pirate Radio Stations, Radio Caroline, Swinging Radio England and Wonderful Radio London.  London was the place to be in the sixties.

A glimpse of Piccadilly Circus, one of the most important sites of Swingin' London, on October