Sunset on the Breakers. Suz wearing her brown mini dress and a ribbon chocker.
They say you can’t go back in time. Why not? Music is timeless. It holds no boundaries. If it’s loved, you’ll hear it for years. That’s the reason we continue listening to the albums of yesteryear especially British bands.
According to Wikipedia, “The British Invasion was a phenomenon that occurred in the mid-1960s when rock and pop music acts from the United Kingdom, as well as other aspects of British culture, became popular in the United States, and significant to the rising “counterculture” on both sides of the Atlantic.”
NYCharlie went all out with this look.
British youth had been influenced by American musicians’ rebellious nature and their music and tried to add their spin to it 50s. This was the time of The Beatles, The Dave Clark Five, The Rolling Stones. It was a time of breaking out of the mindset of what was proper, allowed, expected. Women screamed at Beatles concerts and on the Ed Sullivan Show.
If you’d like to test your memory of the British Invasion, log onto the following websites for trivia games.
AARP presents the following Beatles trivia:
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Allie and DJ MERLINzzz wearing British inspired t-shirts and their favorite jeans.
Chickie’s purple box dress and album earrings looks adorable.
Faith in a matching outfit that looks as if she’s stepped right out of the ’60s.
Gabi in a beige mini and lace up heels. I’m wearing an illusion dress with white go go boots. Alex in his favorite biker garb.
Suz and Teri near the British inspired furniture. Love the British telephone booth couch.
Katie wearing a hot pink sleeveless top, matching belt, and black pants.
Templar added the British prints, chairs, and couch to make us feel as if we were in England.
Shary in a black mini and Suz.
Breakers pro party decorator, Templar.
Opal in a themed t-shirt and jean skirt.