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Women's fashion Early 1960s (1960–62) High fashion. American fashions in the early years of the decade reflected the elegance of the First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy.In addition to tailored skirts, women wore Stiletto heel shoes and suits with short boxy jackets, and oversized buttons.