Teddy Girl series by Ken Russell, 1955  *Styled after the 1950’s “The last of the teddy girls” a photo series by Ken Russell                                                                                                                                                     More

"Always in style (even today!) Love the hair, too!" Teddy Girl series by Ken Russell, 1955 vintage style fashion retro street found girl in cigarette pants loafers sweater hair

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

Pense nas Teddy Girls na próxima vez que amarrar uma gravatinha no pescoço!

Courtesy of my roommate, who clearly already knows what I like. #history #androgyny

Photo Gallery: Tough, Stylish Teddy Girls of the 1950s

You might have heard of the Teddy Boys, a rebel youth subculture in Britain characterized by an unlikely style of dress inspired by Edwardian dandies fused with American rock’n roll.

If only I was born in Britain and grew up during this time. I love the Teddy Girl style.

Teddy Girl.

I love that i grew up around rockabilly's and teddy's, just a shame it wasn't the actual era.

Teddy Girl by thirdrailboutique on Polyvore featuring Chloe, Yumi, Glamorous, Flamingos, Tory Burch

Teddy Girl by thirdrailboutique on Polyvore featuring Chloe, Yumi, Glamorous, Flamingos, Tory Burch

teddy girls - british style, created by working class working people / adopted mens wear that had an Edwardian flavor: longer jackets

Tough Threads: Taking Tips from Teddy Girls -

Teddy Girls for Oyster Mag by Liz Ham

Teddy Girls for Oyster Mag by Liz Ham

The Last of the Teddy Girls, Photography by Ken Russell, - The Teddy Boys and Girls originated from then working-class areas in East or West London, areas still bearing the wounds of the war with still-to-be rebuilt bombsites punctuating their areas.

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