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It is important to note the slight military/police look that greasers went for. Although they tried to dress as anti-authority as possible for the times, it is ironic that they chose clothing that was worn by authority figures to express their defiance.

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Then, in 1965, an engineer for Scott asked his wife to design a basic A-line dress using Duraweave fabric so the company could create samples for potential department-store clients. Though these garments were certainly more durable than the company’s paper towels, they were still meant to be discarded after a couple of wears. (The dresses were actually washable but included a warning that water would remove the garment’s fire-retardant coating.)

Atomic Cherry is the go-to place for women searching for 1940s and 1950s clothing. We offer vintage inspired clothing that help you go from an average woman to a glamour goddess. 

1950 ( MCML ) was a common year starting on Sunday ( dominical letter A) of the Gregorian calendar , the 1950th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 950th year of the 2nd millennium , the 50th year of the 20th century , and the 1st year of the 1950s decade.

After watching the Soviets take the lead in the space race with Sputnik in 1957, the . responded with its own unmanned orbiter, Explorer I, in 1958. That same year, National Airlines began the first passenger jet service in the country. By the end of the decade, the . interstate highway system was well underway, and two territories, Alaska and Hawaii, were finally granted statehood.

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Then, in 1965, an engineer for Scott asked his wife to design a basic A-line dress using Duraweave fabric so the company could create samples for potential department-store clients. Though these garments were certainly more durable than the company’s paper towels, they were still meant to be discarded after a couple of wears. (The dresses were actually washable but included a warning that water would remove the garment’s fire-retardant coating.)