Wednesday, 2 January 2013


The youths of South London, were inspired by the 'dandie style' and adopted their clothing to create the aggressive yet stylish ''teddy boy''.

These jackets were extremely colourful, and the trousers were so narrow they called them 'Drainpipes.'

Thick sole 'Brothel Creepers' and boot lace ties were also popularMen greased back their hair with Bryll cream (long quiff at the front and D.A at the back) 

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