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Jackie's style was influenced by French couture and tended to be fitted, great lines, a very classic, timeless fashion sense. Clothing became looser, more casual and the need for foundation garments had gone to the wayside. The late 60's gave way to the hippy fashion movement.
Clothing was mended time and time again before just being tossed to the wayside.
Many times characters were depicted doing something to show you what the outfit was designed for. it was shown with a model with a broom in her hand.
Clothing designed for going out in would have the character wearing gloves with her purse and possibly a hat. Hairstyles were generally a lot more "fluffy" rather than the tight, sleek look of the 40's.
I believe this is due to the fact that the "hippie" or hipster movement was designed to move away from the traditional and the younger generation didn't want to sew like their parents had.
What crafting that took place in that scene was a more "free spirit", sew without a pattern/ create your own look idea.