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post #10021 of 19266
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Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan View Post

I liked that - especially words like 'duffed' and 'enmasse' (sic) - thanks for posting.
Those naughty skinheads, eh?

You know what - even I would have created bother if I'd been subjected to the bloody Edgar Broughton Band!
post #10022 of 19266
Just caught up with all the festive posts.

Happy New Year to all!
post #10023 of 19266
The Pioneers play London in 1970. A few views of the crowd from about 2:05

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OP-GhzAKHs
post #10024 of 19266
Skins and Rudies. Some footage we've seen before. Early on in this clip there is a girl with her hair in a style I'm sure I have described before - long haired-girls would sometimes put their hair in a bun, except for two side-pieces, which imitated the crop style.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5vTnT5yB_g
post #10025 of 19266
post #10026 of 19266

Cheap crap mate.
post #10027 of 19266
Earlier Mod photos but great nevertheless -



Del Evans 1965



Del Evans 1964



Del Evans 1964



Whisky boys from Smethwick No date



Whisky Boys in Margate 1966


Lots more here -http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk/whisky-a-go-go/b/71b1d7e3-20ef-4cd2-b913-42180f46d6fb



Happy New Year to you all.
post #10028 of 19266

700

 

 

Herringbone flannels, skinhead or not :)

 

700


Edited by soundsnpressure - 12/31/12 at 2:03am
post #10029 of 19266
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Originally Posted by soundsnpressure View Post

700

 

Ed will like a post like this ;)

 

herringbone flannels, skinhead or not :)

 

700

 

 

'Skinhead' in the stricter sense..maybe not since they are a generic item of smart clothing worn by most, but certainly smart enough. I wear a blazer with charcoal or light grey cashmere flannels for work and outside, smart look which was popular. I wouldnt wear them with braces though. A smarter shoe and a belt.

post #10030 of 19266
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Originally Posted by McDermott View Post

 

 

'Skinhead' in the stricter sense..maybe not since they are a generic item of smart clothing worn by most, but certainly smart enough. I wear a blazer with charcoal or light grey cashmere flannels for work and outside, smart look which was popular. I wouldnt wear them with braces though. A smarter shoe and a belt.

Good points.

post #10031 of 19266
'Crombie' my arse - leave it alone or look like a walloper.

Much better all-wool smothers out there - wait and buy a good one. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #10032 of 19266
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Originally Posted by bunty View Post

Earlier Mod photos but great nevertheless -

Del Evans 1965

Del Evans 1964

Del Evans 1964

Whisky boys from Smethwick No date

Whisky Boys in Margate 1966
Lots more here -http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk/whisky-a-go-go/b/71b1d7e3-20ef-4cd2-b913-42180f46d6fb
Happy New Year to you all.
HNY to you pal - great 'original pics - thanks.

But BTF... a walking cane...? satisfied.gif
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Just a heads-up there now fella, Crombie is having a sale. Check their covert coat and retro coats, I've got both in slim-fit and theya' high quality to say the least.

http://www.crombie.co.uk
post #10034 of 19266

I agree with the older guys.This looks cheap and slightly off.The one Botolph suggests is better lookin I think.As for the photos of Mods above,Great.I like the Polo and Cardigan with vertical stripes.Reminds me of a Ski Chalet Vaca.Happy New Year to All.

post #10035 of 19266
Great Photos Bunty.
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