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The Sixties

Big White Polka-Dot Shirt--1966

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Big White Polka-Dot Shirt--1966
Thanks to the Rock bands, the Lovin' Spoonful and the Young Rascals, shirts with polka-dots became popular in 1966. The photo is my big white polka-dot shirt, bought at Bloomingdales no less. I wore this shirt when I saw The Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1966. I wore it often to school. On the back of the shirt, one dot is filled in with a blue pen thanks to a girl who sat behind me in one of my classes. When I wore this shirt, I thought I was Zal Yanovsky of the Spoonful. I guess it's true that men never get rid of their old clothes.
Posted on January 5, 2013 Slideshow

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