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What's Your Favorite Fashion Era?

What's Your Favorite Fashion Era?


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psychobabble psychobabble 7 years
The style of the 40s suits my body type the best, I need that nipped-in structured waist with a slightly A-line skirt. I have such a hard time finding clothes that flatters me on a grad student budget. That's probably why I just give up and wear jeans all the time!
emalove emalove 7 years
60s and 70s...love the girly bohomeian looks.
liaochiling liaochiling 7 years
am into punk style, thats why i pick 80s
queen_chola queen_chola 7 years
I am with vanillaJ! i love the 60s mod style and big hair. also I have my late 60s style, wat can I say im a cali gal. My biggest compliments are when people my age tell me I look like their mom (ahem-before they were born ca. 60s) and I feel so flattered!!!
queen_chola queen_chola 7 years
I am with vanillaJ! i love the 60s mod style and big hair. also I have my late 60s style, wat can I say im a cali gal.My biggest compliments are when people my age tell me I look like their mom (ahem-before they were born ca. 60s) and I feel so flattered!!!
albeli albeli 7 years
Where are the 30s????
albeli albeli 7 years
Where are the 30s????
sarahsreallife sarahsreallife 7 years
If I had been born in a different time, it would be in 1920, so that as a young woman in the '40s I could dance with my husband Gene Kelly along the Seine (or an MGM set version of the Seine) wearing Christian Dior...that was ACTUALLY designed by Christian Dior!!!
bingkaycoy bingkaycoy 7 years
I love the 70's looks best
Briandiesel Briandiesel 7 years
60's were just so shiny and over the top
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 7 years
I like modern times.
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 7 years
I like modern times.
ahles ahles 7 years
1880s.. talk about tailoring!For actually wearing in day to day life:Dresses: 1930s cause the drape suits anyone (and some of it's 1980s revival but most are overdone), and early 1970s hippie dresses (like Gunnes) cause they're just pretty.Skirts: 1930s-1950s. High waisted, perfect lengths. 1990s for the sudden mass availability of ethnic/belly dancer skirts!Suits: late 1930s-early 1940s.Blouses: Edwardian and their revival in the early 1970s.Jeans: 1990s (low rise bootcut is a blessing to us hyper thin & tall but still curvy girls)Purses: Edwardian for formal, late 1960s/early 1970s tooled leather for day to day, and 1990s Guatemalan and Indian bags.
ahles ahles 7 years
1880s.. talk about tailoring! For actually wearing in day to day life: Dresses: 1930s cause the drape suits anyone (and some of it's 1980s revival but most are overdone), and early 1970s hippie dresses (like Gunnes) cause they're just pretty. Skirts: 1930s-1950s. High waisted, perfect lengths. 1990s for the sudden mass availability of ethnic/belly dancer skirts! Suits: late 1930s-early 1940s. Blouses: Edwardian and their revival in the early 1970s. Jeans: 1990s (low rise bootcut is a blessing to us hyper thin & tall but still curvy girls) Purses: Edwardian for formal, late 1960s/early 1970s tooled leather for day to day, and 1990s Guatemalan and Indian bags.
cyrizzle cyrizzle 7 years
i can't decide because i love elements from each of the decades. right now i'm in a heavy 20's-40's phase, though.
myystque myystque 7 years
I love them all for different reasons but I have to say I think the classiest looks came from the 40s.
fashion4ward fashion4ward 7 years
'60s! I love everything in fashion about it- the sophisticated Jackie O, the Twiggy & Edie Sedgwick mod, and the hippie counter-culture. It's just amazing, I wish I could have lived it!
mommie mommie 7 years
I would have said love them all except for the Grunge and Punk.Although I did find Vivian Westwood's take on those interesting but not for me.
mommie mommie 7 years
I would have said love them all except for the Grunge and Punk. Although I did find Vivian Westwood's take on those interesting but not for me.
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
The 20s and the 80s are my fav. Both vibrant and fun. As a short little pear however, I look the best in those perfectly nipped 50s dresses.
jasmint jasmint 7 years
I voted for the 50s, but for me it's more of mid-50s to mid-60s.. I hate that the 60s are usually written off as "hippie" when, as VanillaJ pointed out, there was the whole mod thing (etc!), too.
fleurfairy fleurfairy 7 years
The 20's and the 30's. But that's because I have the tiny flat-as-a-board body that those flapper dresses and coats required. If I was curvy I'm sure I would appreciate the 50's more!
Jennipoo Jennipoo 7 years
ah the 20s! Loving the flapper look, the short finger-waved hair, the loose dresses!
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
I picked the 1960s but I love any of them going from the non-disco 70s (the bohemian folky 70s instead and the look from Love Story) all the way back to the 20s. I love that picture of Lauren Bacall. And doesn't punk really belong to the 70s? Even though I guess people were still dressing punk in the 80s.
lil_bit_edgy lil_bit_edgy 7 years
definitely the 40's. that era just felt so romantic and the woman were always dressed so well.
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