"I'm Cheryl — Fly Me" went the controversial tagline of one airline's 1971 ad campaign, when miniskirts for flight attendants (then better known as "stewardesses") were de rigueur.
2. Police Officers
This was the epitome of crimefighter chic.
And a restaurant staff looked like this.
Hospital scrubs may seem more practical, but they didn't catch on until the '80s.
5. Cigarette Girls
A common sight for about 10 years after World War II, cigarette girls wore short skirts long before anyone heard of the miniskirt. Then came a new invention: the cigarette machine.
In the '60s, cheerleaders uniforms got shorter and shorter.
7. The Military
Fashion trends even tricked down to women in the armed services.
This look actually started with superstar Sonja Henie, who broke the ice and wore above-the-knee skirts as far back as the '30s.
Offices dress codes took a sharp turn in the late "Mad Men" era.
10. Tennis Players
By the '60s, it was hard to imagine that women once played tennis in ankle-length skirts.
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