Rockabilly Styles In The New Generation
To many the 1950’s was the decade that epitomised ‘cool’. The 50s had it all: renowned movie icons such as Marilyn Monroe and James Dean and some of the greatest music artists ever including Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis not to mention the irreplaceable Elvis Presley. The fashion in the 50s, however, it was just as important a feature of the time as the music or movies and the distinct ‘Rockabilly’ look appears forever popular, particularly following a rockabilly revival over the latter part of the 1970’s and early 1980’s.
There are a great number of retailers and online retailers which usually cater for both men and women who want to recreate the style of the period. Having a large selection of shirts (for sale in various different shades and styles just including the ‘Day of the Dead’ along with the vintage ‘Hawaiian’ style) and turn-up jeans available on the market it has become straightforward for men to recreate James Dean’s look in the famous movie ‘Rebel Without a Cause’ or that of other important figures in the 50s.
Thanks to these manufacturers, women can also create the style of the important decade with pieces of styles such as blouses with vintage rockabilly styles, fur-lined jackets in tones including monochrome to pale pink in addition to two piece blouse and skirt pieces (both parts of which can be worn individually as well as together) that are also for sale in a veritable range of different shades and styles which usually range from black with red-coloured spots to gold sequins.
But of course, no attire is complete with no suitable shoes and also for the women there is a large selection of 50s-style pumps manufactured from imitation leather and embellished with a vintage rock ‘n’ roll design and bow. Guys are also catered for as these kinds of suppliers give you a large selection of ‘Rockabilly’ shoes or boots ranging from winklepickers, ‘Elvis Boots’ and biker boots.