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Wait...is this a high school or an American Apparel ad? Don't worry, if you were confused at first, you're not alone. I mean, dang, these kids had some style! Check out these awesome looks, captured by photographer Arthur Schatz in 1969. Then, check out our hand-picked pieces (all hail Etsy!) to channel your inner mod, hippie, or cheerleader--all for under $50!
Romper (American Apparel, $40.00) / Shoes (Vans, $45.00) / Yarn Hair Ties (Etsy, $2.29 each)
Corduroy Skirt (1 - Esty, $24.00) (2 - Etsy, $25.00) / Gladiator Sandals (ASOS, $25.00) / Belt (Esty, $22.00)
Gingham Dress (1 - ModCloth, $30.00) (2 - Forever 21, $14.00) / Hair Bow (Why not DIY it?)
Crop Sweater (Etsy, $38.00) / Bandana (Levi's, $10.00) / Wide-Leg Jeans (ASOS, $27.00)
Slouchy Cardigan (Mango, $25.00) / Paisley Maxi Skirt (Urban Outfitters, $40.00) / Printed Bag (Etsy, $18.00)
Glasses (Nasty Gal, $20) / Bell-Sleeve Blouse (Etsy, $29.00) / Coveralls (Forever 21, $33.00) / Boots (Dorothy Perkins, $44.00)
Wide-Brimmed Hat (Levi's, $48) / Pink Pants (The OutNet, $30.00) / Floral Shift Dress (Nasty Gal, $41.00)
Strand Necklaces (Etsy, $21.00) / Patterned Tights (1 - Betsey Johnson, $20) (2 - Amazon.com - $7.00) / White Dress (Swell, $48)
Images via Lost At E Minor.