1967: Mod fashion
The modernism subculture was influenced by British music, specifically rock and R&B. For men, this meant wearing sophisticated suits and patters, and as for women, this meant polka-dot dresses, patterned dresses, black and white dresses or colorful dresses.
Around this time, knee-high boots replaced the popular stockings, to go with the mini skirts and dresses. In a way, this style resembles the kind of alien style we see in movies – sleek, body-hugging suits with knee-high boots. We’re not sure how they come up with these outfits, but this is one trend that’s ought to stay in the past.