Which decade had the best fashion
It’s time to find out which decade had the best fashion! We take you through the decades and evaluate the fashion.
We take you through the decades and evaluate the fashion.
The 1960s was a time of change, and it’s reflected in the fashion. The miniskirt, which first appeared in 1964, was scandalous at first but quickly became a staple of women’s wear. Men wore colorful suits with wide lapels and skinny ties, while women wore bell bottoms or miniskirts with halter tops or turtlenecks. In short: there were a lot more accessories than we see today!
The 1970s saw an explosion in disco culture; this also affected fashion trends like bell bottoms (which became even wider), platform shoes that added height to your look without having to wear heels (or risk falling over)
The 1960s are most remembered for their long hair and psychedelic patterns. However, there were many other trends that made this decade one of the best in terms of fashion.
- Clothing: The miniskirt was introduced during this time period and became popular with women everywhere! It wasn’t just about wearing pants or skirts though; there were many different styles of clothing to choose from! Some people wore more casual styles while others preferred dresses or shirts with sleeves (among other options).
- Hair: Hairstyles were also extremely varied during this time period because they could be short or long depending on personal preference. Some women chose to wear their hair up in ponytails while others let theirs flow freely down their backs–there was no right way to do it! Just make sure yours doesn’t get caught in any doors while walking around town!
The 1970s was a time of change. It saw the end of the hippy era, disco and glam rock taking over as popular music styles and fashion trends, as well as some new technologies being introduced into our lives.
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In the 1980s, fashion was all about excess. The decade saw a shift from the minimalist and sleek styles of the 70s to more ornate, ostentatious designs that were not afraid of being over-the-top.
You can see this in everything from shoulder pads (and other “big” trends) to bold colors and patterns that would never work today.
The 1990s were a time of change and experimentation. It was the decade when grunge made its mark on fashion, with bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam defining what it meant to be “alternative” in music. The 90s also marked the end of disco fashion and its extravagant sequinned outfits; instead, we got flannel shirts and ripped jeans.
The 1990s saw some pretty bold trends come out of Hollywood (think Marilyn Manson) but overall there was less emphasis on glamour than previous decades had seen–people were more concerned with comfort than looking good! This was also the decade when people started getting into low-rise jeans which meant that men could show off their boxers if they wanted (and many did).
The 2000s were the first decade of the 21st century and saw a rise in social media and celebrity culture.
The West experienced economic prosperity while Eastern Europe struggled with economic uncertainty.
So, which decade was the best? Well, it depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re into music, then 1960s are your best bet. If fashion is more up your alley and you like bold colors and patterns (I do!), then 1970s might be right up your alley. But if both of those things matter to you equally…well…we still haven’t decided yet!
I think we can all agree that there’s no wrong answer here; each decade has its own merits and charms when it comes to fashion and music–and even though I may have my preferences when it comes down to specific years within each decade (the 80s were definitely my favorite), I’m sure there are others who would disagree with me wholeheartedly about them being better than other decades’ offerings!
We think that the 2000s had the best fashion, but this is just our opinion. What do you think? Have we missed anything? Let us know in the comments below!