This top is a great example of this kind of skinny, close fit, with its high, sharp collar. I guess this is early 70's? To be honest, I'm not sure. I know eras but not exactly where everything fits in. It seems like late-era mod to me.
"Fashion" is not Vogue magazine, designers, or trends. Fashion is and should be an important component of the lives of everyday people, and is an important source of history and culture for women in particular. Clothing is overlooked in history particularly because it has historically been a women's domain, but fashion is art, anthropology, culture, subculture, and part of our everyday lives. We shouldn't fear it, as we have been told to, but be enriched by it! Blah blah blah. Mostly this will be photos of clothing I have found. These photos are not mine. I am borrowing them for use. My "main" blog is Rip It To Shreds.