||[Jul. 16th, 2009|01:58 pm]
The Question Club
I'm having a hard time articulating these questions, but here it goes: |
If you look at every decade, certain fashions really stand out from it. In the 50s, you have the poodle skirts, saddle shoes, greased hair, and t-shirts. In the 60s, you have long, straight hair parted down the center, tie-dye, and bell-bottom jeans. For the 70s, platform shoes, mini-dresses, and patterns such as paisley. The 80s brought big hair, shoulder pads, bright, neon colors with black, and leg warmers. Finally, the 90s brought acid-washed jeans, jean jackets, crazy colored/patterned sweatpants, and flannel shirts.
1) Of each of these decades (or whichever one/s you choose), what fashions stick out to you the most? One that I've mentioned or another one?
2) As this decade is drawing closer to the end, what fashions do you think will define 2000-2009?
--What sticks out to me most are actually shoes - Uggs and