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  • Victoria O'Keefe
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    Mullet… on a girl.
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  • Linda Rios
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    Originally posted by kevinpeter01 View Post
    Fur was at its best in the 1980s, before PETA came in and (rightly) declared that we were all murderers. It's great to live in a world of cultural greed and trashy modern money comfort. Faux fur coats and backwoods camo hoodie with full linings should be a winter wardrobe must-have.
    According to Textile Styles, clothing in the 1960s was about bending conventional fashion rules, while clothing in the 1970s was about making comparisons. The fashion of the 1970s is focused on glam rock and disco influences. Tie-dye prints, fringe, and farmer tops were all common hippie fashions in the 1960s.
    It also includes big hoodies and lose shirts with beggy style pants.

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  • kevinpeter01
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    Fur was at its best in the 1980s, before PETA came in and (rightly) declared that we were all murderers. It's great to live in a world of cultural greed and trashy modern money comfort. Faux fur coats with full linings should be a winter wardrobe must-have.
    According to Textile Styles, clothing in the 1960s was about bending conventional fashion rules, while clothing in the 1970s was about making comparisons. The fashion of the 1970s is focused on glam rock and disco influences. Tie-dye prints, fringe, and farmer tops were all common hippie fashions in the 1960s.

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  • George 1978
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    Re: Hairstyle Fashions

    Originally posted by spookiemoviemania View Post
    Keagan was a Liverpool soccer player? Richard was Kates father? Not heard of Mick Robertson.

    Robertson was a children's TV presenter here in Britain.

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  • Donald the Great
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    Keagan was a Liverpool soccer player? Richard was Kates father? Not heard of Mick Robertson.

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  • George 1978
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    Kevin Keagan and Mick "Magpie" Robertson were both famous for their perms, and Richard Beckinsale was famous for his long hair - and Little Jimmy Osmond didn't exactly sing about himself being a short-haired lover...

    I would be more embarrassed if I was bald and had no hair.

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  • Donald the Great
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    I am kinda embarrassed to write this. But in the mid to late 80s it became fashionable for men to have their hair permed. Yes. Permed like a woman. Believe it or not. It was all the go and the chicks really went for it. I recall the first time I had it done..sitting in the hairdresser chair for hours while the perm was applied. Hoping all the time my mates would not come in.

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  • Donald the Great
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    I lived thru the 70s with long hair and a beard. Bit hippyish I suppose you would say with the floral shirts and garish flaired pants.

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  • staffslad
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    I don't know I would go as late as the early 80s, but in the early-mid 70s younger men wore their hair longer. SitComs would often use the joke of a man with long hair seen from the back being mistaken for a girl.

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  • Twocky61
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    Quite a few people (famous or otherwise) had long hair back then; some even still having their hair long now

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  • 80sChav
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    Not really I'd say OP, tbh no

    Round my way it was either Spikey or like Boga Benson from Grange Hill = with really, really Short cropped hair and nothing leftover to create a fringe from

    80sChav

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    Theres loads of old films and tv shows showing long haired men in them...I'd have grown my hair back then if I'd been older....

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  • Richard1978
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    I'm bit young to remember but I think so, unless it was just for footballers, actors, singer etc.

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  • wembley
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    Hairstyle Fashions

    Was it fashionable for (non punk rocker or mod revival) men in the UK to have shoulder length hair from the early 1970s to the early 1980s?

    Just interested.
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