Mod lifestyle emerged in England in early 1960s, and it is sometimes referred to as modism. Elements of the mod lifestyle include music, clothes, dancing and motorscooters. Working-class kids, inspired by the new British rock, came together to create a new culture. As if by spontaneous combustion, that culture quickly spread beyond England to the entire world; eventually it defined a generation. Since the mid 60s, the mainstream media often used the term mod in a wider sense to describe anything that was popular, fashionable or modern.
Ooh, purple lace-up boots!
My mom used to have these really cool black boots, but my feet were too big for them!
For fashion, I don't think any era did it better than the 60's - I guess that's why the industry keeps reinventing 60's fashion every few years.
My favorite, trapeze and babydoll dresses...