IFB Project #21: What’s your Favorite Style Decade?

 

When you read thousands of blogs a week like I do, (yes, I said thousands), I quickly pick up on peoples general style. I think it's what I enjoy the most from reading style blogs, getting my own inspiration from the blogger.

 

IFB Project #21: What's your favorite style decade?

Below I've listed a few decades and what style I thought fell under them. Which do you relate to? I definitely think I fall somewhere between the 80's and 90's. I have a very grungy/urban hip hop flare to me. I always switch it up but I would have to say those are the decades I stick to the most. Which are you? Feel free to post an outfit or make a collage.

 

  • 20's: Flapper girl.
  • 30's: Introduction to nylon and zippers.  Art deco.
  • 40's: Old Hollywood Glam.
  • 50's: Rockabilly/housewife/sweater sets.
  • 60's: 60's mod/mad men.
  • 70's: Hippie/Bohemian.
  • 80's: Neon, shoulder pads, electro-chic.
  • 90's: Flannel, doc Martens, denim, grunge.

 

Have fun with this project! I will try to participate in it and make some sort fun collage.

*Make sure to have your post in by the deadline Tuesday at 12 am EST.

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23 Responses

  1. Stephanie

    I love love LOVEEEEE the 60’s! I think this will make for a wonderful blog post. i will gather some things and post an outfit for this theme as soon as i can. I love IFB! 🙂

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  2. Ana

    20’s and 30’s, 50’s and 60’s 🙂 !

    I love the mods and Pierre Cardin’s materials and textures.
    In all those decades I also see strong, clean lines, which I love.

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  3. Jill Magee-Fosdick

    I absolutely love 60’s Mod style. However, I have to say that I will definitely borrow from a variety of decades within fashion, make-up and hair-styling. I love the classic cat-eye and stylishly teased hair.

    ~Jill
    stuffjillloves.blogspot.com

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  4. Harlequin

    I’m in love with the 60’s as well, especially looks coming from Twiggy, Edie Sedwick, Audrey Hepburn, etc. But I do believe the 20’s were very underrated, I love the flappers look! The 70’s will never go out, the hippie look? That’s here to stay.

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  5. Célèste

    I love this project! I had a lot of fun planning my post and writing it.

    I couldn’t help but notice though that many of the links are not to post that really fit the topic. I wish people wouldn’t do that. It only harms your blog to attract people expecting to see one thing and then giving them something else.

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  6. Rominey

    For casual wear, I’m all 90’s grunge. Flannel shirts, work/military style boots, ripped acid wash jeans, nerd glasses, basic t-shirts, baggy sweaters. I wear my hair long, loose, natural.

    For dress up, I’m all 40’s and 50’s, all the time. Just bought a black dress with a peplum from Value Village…wearing it with black velvet platform peep-toe heels. And a red lip!

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  7. LOLA

    http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr.com/tumblr_luoj3gdYR11qehd6xo1_1280.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJ6IHWSU3BX3X7X3Q&Expires=1321409253&Signature=%2BgpuJxvpy4Ac4Iuh3jWFd6RxcpM%3D

    Why can’t I dress like that?

    I used to be a mod, but I can’t get enough of the random pieces of the 1970s. The mixed hemlines, layers, mix-matched patterns, can you dig it?

    P.S. Francoise Hardy is a great inspiration for mods.
    P.S.S. Bianca Jagger is groovy for 70s!
    P.S.S.S. Brigette Bardot is deck for hair and makeup inspiration!
    <3
    Everything has their own magic.
    Their is no death,
    So nothing matters.
    the-high-and-the-wasted.tumblr.com
    <3

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  8. Debbie

    These don’t really go well together, but I love the 40s, 50s, and 90s. Though some of the trends in the 90s were a bit tacky, others are very popular today and I really like them.

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  9. Mishka

    70s = disco, last time I checked my mom’s fabulous Abba-esque photos. And that’s probably the era I’d return to if I could. I’d hoard sooo much vintage denim.

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  10. grace

    i think my style is kind of the 40’s and 60’s.. this is a fun topic 🙂 so interesting to see all the different posts about it!

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