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Teddy Girls: The Style Subculture That Time Forgot - We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills

Teddy Girls: The Style Subculture That Time Forgot - We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills

Photos: Mark Shaw’s Dior Glamour, Photos from the Paris Fashion House’s Heyday | Vanity Fair

Photos: Mark Shaw’s Dior Glamour, Photos from the Paris Fashion House’s Heyday | Vanity Fair

The '50s: Men wore suits to work. Women wore skirts or dresses. NEVER bare legged - always nylons and heels. (Pantyhose were not invented until the mid 1960s)

The '50s: Men wore suits to work. Women wore skirts or dresses. NEVER bare legged - always nylons and heels. (Pantyhose were not invented until the mid 1960s)

A typical and one of my favourite looks from the 50s. Love the loafers and socks! | via vieilles_annonces

A typical and one of my favourite looks from the 50s. Love the loafers and socks! | via vieilles_annonces

The Last of the Teddy Girls, The Style Subculture That Time Forgot. We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills.

The Last of the Teddy Girls, The Style Subculture That Time Forgot. We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills.