Prior to World War II a child was considered a child until their 18th birthday, then they became an adult. Since teens no longer had to work in order to help their parents; they began to take part-time jobs or they would receive a monthly allowance in order to spend on non-essential goods such as clothes. Teens were strongly influenced by film, television, magazines and persauded to use their money towards non-essential goods that society convinced them were needs not wants. Consumer goods which were denied to a war torn Europe were availble to American teens therefore creating a consumer boom. These single young people with cash from paid work soon had their own fashions, own music, own cafes, own milk bars and by the end of the decade even their own transport in the form of fuelled scooters. Teenagers suddenly dominated style in clothes, haircuts and even travel abroad.
There is nothing new under the sun. Take, for example, these photos of teenage girls from the s. As the post-war economy bounced back into shape, a consumer boom was kick-started in the U. Initially pushed as a new market grouping, teenagers soon came to dominate emerging fashion styles.
Vintage Fashion – 1950s Teenage Girls with their Doo Wop Dresses
This was true despite the fact that people in that age group had a whole lot of disposable cash at that time. Fashion designers sold full skirts and stiff petticoats, or a super-slim skirt and sweater with bows. Tight-fitting pedal pushers or capri pants were popular leisure wear and jeans which in the s were called dungarees were becoming acceptable after people saw a photo of Marilyn Monroe wearing a pair. Young men wore a shirt, tie and sharply pressed slacks.
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