Mini Skirt Monday #10

I guess we can assume, judging by photos from late 60's/early 70's, that the mini skirt was everywhere?

I don't know how common it was in America's Bible Belt, but you'd be hard pressed to find a photograph of a busy subway station, restaurant, city street, or family reunion without seeing at least one or two mini skirts in the picture.

It's no coincidence that this fad would arise right around the time when Boomers, a huge segment of the population, were mostly in their twenties and the sexual revolution was in full swing. Sadly, your humble author was more interested in Romper Room than short dresses during this time.

And I certainly wasn't old enough to see it in the workplace...

(sigh) I'll say it again for the millionth time -I was born 15 effing years too late!


  1. I love these posts. I was also born too late (1985). Ah well...

  2. You're young Mikey. I was flunking algebra when you were born.