Rock and Roll Edwardian Street The Look-Working Class Teenage

There was little preparation for his appearance as a fully fledged deviant, ( a person defined as a social problem) .... He had curious parents; one was the upper-class Edwardian dandy, the other the older delinquent subculture of South London .... his clothes were originally worn by the middle and upper classes, but this was only for a short period.
grassroots on Street Fashion youth groups with their own dress codes- The Teddy Girls's „choices of clothes were not intended strictly for aesthetic effect; these girls were collectively rejecting post-war austerity. They were young working-class women from the poorer districts of London. They would typically leave school at the age of 14 or 15, and work in factories or offices.  Teddy Girls spent much of their free time buying or making their trademark clothes. It was a head-turning, fastidious style from the fashion houses, which had launched haute-couture clothing lines recalling the Edwardian era.
They wore drape jackets, pencil skirts, hobble skirts, long plaits, rolled-up jeans, flat shoes, tailored jackets with velvet collars, straw boater hats, cameo brooches, espadrilles, coolie hats and long, elegant clutch bags. Later they adopted the American fashions of toreador pants, voluminous circle skirts, and hair in ponytails.
Rebel yout subculture unlikely style of dres inspired by dandies fused with rock'n roll.
the forgotten 1950's girl gang unlikely female element invisible from historical records;"they hads attitude,they were proud,;Know their Worth".
England Post-war working class teenagers were able to afford for  good Life-They called themselves the teds-wore long drape jackets,velvet collars,slim ties and began to pair the look with their rubber-saled creeper shoues and the greaser hairstyle of their rock'n rolls idols-overall gentelmanly style of the dress-were teenage culture out to shock their parents generation asociated with truble by  the media;cultivated the First market for teens leisure-another clue or just bizarre anecdote from the Past.