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60s Mod Brown Men's Wig

We happen to drop the rhetorical "What a time to be alive" rather often nowadays. But what about the 1960s?

What about if you were*gasp*a rock and roll sensation? There was Vietnam and all the craziness that went along with that.

There was a whole lot of tree hugging and all the partying that goes along with that. There was also a little pop culture explosion that had to do with.


yep, you guessed it: rock and roll! This sociopolitical and pop culture climate would truly have warranted the comment, "what a time to be alive.

" And we can help you recreate some of that experience with this 60s Mod Brown Mens Wig, especially if your end-goal is to emulate one of those sensational singers from across the pond..

We can't put together a concert, or organize a civil rights march, but we sure can dress you for the part! It's the easiest way to look like a star and make all the ladies swoon, this wig.

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Adult Purple British Explosion Costume

The cultural phenomenon known as the Swinging 60s was a youth-driven cultural revolution that took place primarily in London during the mid-to-late 1960s. After decades of culture being centered around family values and social hierarchies, this incredibly progressive time saw a flourishing of art, music, and fashion centered around the lives of young people.

Most of the culture in London was symbolized by the city's "pop and fashion exports: The British Invasion, Mary Quant's miniskirt, popular fashion models like as Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, the mod subculture, and the iconic status of popular city areas (Carnaby Street, Mayfair, Chelsea, King's Road, and Kensington), the popularization of psychedelic drugs, and sexual liberation. Music, of course, was both one of the biggest influencers and influences of this time, with "the London sound" comprising of - most notably - the Who, the Kinks, The Beatles, and the Rolling Stones.

It was a heady, crazy, ridiculously creative time for bands and artists, and though the scene moved fast, the music - like the miniskirt - was here to stay, and lasted long after Swinging London shaved their heads for punk city and then puffed out its sleeves for the New Romantics. And now, with this Adult Purple British Explosion Costume, you can take a memory (acid) trip back to the Swinging 60s and this ultra groovy time!

You'll look like you're in the vanguard of the British Invasion with this purple thigh-length frock coat - whose front, sleeve cuffs, and epaulets are trimmed with metallic silver braid, to give it that extra far-out touch - made from 100% polyester satin fabric. The coat also comes in other colors, too, so you can gather a few musically-inclined friends for a one-night-only reunion of the old band!