One cool item was go-go boots. The go-go boots we liked in the '60s are nothing like the ones advertised these days. They were calf-high, wide on the tops, and always white. After they became popular on music shows like Hullaballoo, most young girls wanted a pair. They were the perfect accessory with miniskirts and fishnets in all colors.
While miniskirts, jumpers, and shifts were the usual attire for school, another fashion was around for awhile: paper dresses. As I recall, the best thing about paper dresses was not needing to hem a dress if it was too long-- all one had to do was trim it with a pair of regular scissors.
In our area, hippie hair was not seen, either. In fact, a guy could get expelled from high school if his hair was longer than his shirt collar. Rebelliousness generally went no further than wearing sneakers outside of gym class.
I read that a person can be defined by his or her choices in clothing styles. Thinking about the fashions we loved in the '60s, I think that is an accurate assessment. There was not really anything to rebel against, and nothing to prove. Similar to our choices in music, fashion was just another aspect of who we were: the kids of the '60s, different from the generation before us, but not very different at all.