60s fashion

UK readers, did any of you watch Tina and Bobby on ITV? If you didn’t, it was a three-part drama series about the famous footballer, Bobby Moore and his wife, Tina.

It was based in the 60s when they first met and OH MY GOD, wasn’t the female fashion amazing?!

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I was suppose to be observing their relationship and life together but I found that a challenge whilst I was being distracted by the eye-catching trends. Although the actress who played Tina, Michelle Keegan, could make a bin-liner look stylish she really did work the iconic 60s look.

Before watching this drama I wasn’t quite aware of just how extremely stylish women’s 1960s fashion actually was.

Thinking about it now, it all makes sense with style icons like super model, Twiggy.

From feminine and sophisticated to daring yet classy, the 60s women embraced it all with their wardrobe choices. Women completely broke fashion tradition and rightly so.They just didn’t care if their skirt was too short or if there dress was too bright but why should they? They looked fabulous.

Their short skirts, trendy co-ordinates, playful dresses and eye-catching accessories really did up the game in world of fashion and are still portrayed today.

Here’s some of my favourite looks that actress, Michelle Keegan pulled off just fabulously.

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Check out the matching sun glasses… classy or what?

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Now that really does say Footballers Wife

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Big hair, don’t care

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Shopping anyone?

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