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09-15-2019 10:23 PM
" Go Go boots" .. like Nancy Sinatra had?
Back in elementary school, I was so excited when my Mom bought me a pair (very low heels.) Many girls at the time wanted them.
Wish I could remember the name of the stockings back then .. not leotards, but more of a "fishnet style?" Is that the correct style that had the open, diamond look design?
Did any of you get on the "go-go boots" train?
09-15-2019 10:28 PM
I didn’t wear fashion boots, but got some snow boots that were tall and white. I called them my gogo boots!
Also wore fishnet tights. I think I had two colors, and rinsed a pair out every night so I could always have a backup pair!
09-15-2019 10:42 PM - edited 09-15-2019 10:43 PM
No go go boots, but I had a lot of fishnet tights....white, black, pink, and lime green lol! I felt quite groovy whrn I wore them.
I had a couple mini dresses with Nehru collars....because Davy Jones wore shirts with those collars!
09-15-2019 10:52 PM
I have looked and looked for a pair of white leather mid calf low heal rounded toe boot similar to a go go boot. I think they will come back around but I still want a pair now.
09-15-2019 10:59 PM
My very first hair cut was the Twiggy cut. Went perfectly w/my fishnet stockings, white go-go boots & hot pants.
09-15-2019 11:01 PM
Pantyhose replaced thigh high stockings that you used to have to use a garter belt to hold them up in the late 60s because mini skirts and dresses were so short that the tops of the stockings would show. I definitely had fishnet stockings in 1968 and kitten heel black T strap pumps too. I wish I could find similar T strap black shoes like those today!
09-15-2019 11:14 PM
I remember the go-go boots but they didn't make them in children's sizes -- only womens. I remember wearing the fish nets and Dr. Kildare and Ben Casey doctor shirts. Flowered mini skirts with wide belts.
09-15-2019 11:29 PM
Oh yes!!! I too loved go-go boots, i was but a tot and remember telling my parents I wanted to dance in a cage like they used to on Laugh-In....my dad sternly telling me NOT OVER HIS DEAD BODY....when I grew up I realized how absurd such dreams from a tot must've sounded!
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