I had a look for pictures online and there were a few,but no ladies,in one of the earlier pictures you put up from the 60s there was a lovely girl and I had hoped that the ladies would be there celebrating as well as the blokes.
I have a theory though that ( most ) girls move on fashion wise faster than men, and that they are not so nostalgic,which may be why we don't get any female "originals" on here ? ( shame ).
Fashions and styles in the 1960s moved at a tremendous rate. You can date what year a photo was taken, by the amount of shirt-cuff protruding from a gents suit sleeve, or the trouser length, the type of finish on the polish of a shoe, or turn-up on jeans. A woman could identify the month of the year, and the day of the week the photo was taken by the un-subtle way that ladies fashion changed back then (and has changed since). This may be a misogynistic hypothesis, but women have been a lot more concerned with, 'fashion' than they have been with 'style'. I have a lot less embarrassing 'what the F was I wearing then' photos than Mrs. Inks has. Another fast moving fashion decade for both male and female was the 1980s (which I opted out of in it's entirety) A bloke might be concerned with the 5mm difference in tie-clip length, or collar-roll on a BD shirt over a 1 year period. A ladies skirt length may have dropped 20 inches, changed fabric, colour and overall style in half of that time-frame.
I only say this, because my first wife would pay twice as much as myself on a shoddy pair of 'designer' hoofs, as I would on a pair of hand-made heels. She'd wear them maybe twice and chuck 'em in the back of the closet. I'm still rocking my onesans 15 years later. Primark aside, women really do get F'd-over when it comes to cloth.