For girls it was the mini skirt, tights, and go-go boots. The androgynous look was also popular for girls. The peacock wing evolved into what was known as the Swinging London style. Eyes were what counted when it came to makeup. Dramatic eye makeup was enhanced with false eyelashes. Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton and Peggy Moffit were the icons for this movement.
Both sexes wore clothes decorated with the Union Jack or Pop Art designs. Dessert boots or Beatle boots were popular with both sexes.