Some Photos That Show the Appeal of the Women From the ’60s

The sixties were a time when outdated social norms were broken. With all the changes experienced, the young ladies of that period carried themselves with a new, colorful style and attitude. They finally felt free and were not afraid to show it.

Looking at this photo, you can just feel the fun in the sun.

Sophia Loren was the epitome of style.

Tina Louise brought fire to the world.

Just because you don’t normally show off your corset, doesn’t mean you can’t rock it.

(Original Caption) Jane Fonda is shown posing in a corset. Ca. 1960s.

Diahann Carroll shows how a long dress can still show off your figure.

circa 1960: A full-length studio portrait of American actor Diahann Carroll, fanning her long white dress with her arms. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Brigette Bardot could win you over with just a look.

circa 1960: Studio portrait of actor and model Brigitte Bardot wearing a light blue off-the-shoulder dress. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Raquel Welch proves there’s always time to show some leg.

Portrait of actress Raquel Welch in a zebra-striped bathing suit. Undated.

Barbara Perkins almost makes you want to visit Peyton Place.

(Original Caption) Barbara Perkins stars as Betty Anderson in 20th Century Fox Television’s Peyton Place series every Tuesday and Thursday over ABC-TV.

Kim Novak was a bewitching beauty.

(Original Caption) 12/7/1967- Hollywood, CA- It’s the same dress, but a different damsel, through the years. Joan Crawford (not shown) wore the gown in “The Bride Wore Red” in the Fourties. Now, Kim Novak (left) wears the sam costume in “The Legend of Lylah Clare.” In the drama, Kim plays the dual role of a star of the Forties and a contemporary young actress.

Stars haven’t shined as bright since Sharon Tate.

UNSPECIFIED – JANUARY 01: Photo of Sharon Tate (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)