Question of the day from SKL

What decade is most of your “personal style” from?

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5 Responses to Question of the day from SKL

  1. LVISS says:

    I AM 64 . SO YOU CAN JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. BEWARE , YOU MAY STILL FAIL TO CATCH MY REAL STYLE.

  2. Joy says:

    I have to go with the 70’s. I still love the low jeans and wide bottoms and I still LOVE tie dye.

    Was there even a style to the 90’s or 2000’s? What were they? I know the 80’s had a definite one but what about the decades where there doesn’t seem to be anything that stands out? What about now? What is the “style” now?

  3. Laura says:

    I’m thinking that my style would best be qualified as “timeless” – I tend to go for the basics. Actually, I kinda go for the safari/rugged look. So would that maybe be the ’80’s? But I’m also starting to get a bit attracted to SOME of the flow-y stuff from the 60’s, only updated for now. So I don’t know. Apparently, I am a woman without a decade.

  4. SKL says:

    I guess I’d have to say 80’s, more so than other decades.

    What was the style of the 90s, you ask? Good question. When I think back, I recall young people dressing in mostly black and melancholy or angry, so is that when “Gothic” came along? I don’t know. Not really sure about the 2000s. I am sure there is a “style” (other than rubber bands for undies and clothes falling off); I am just too old to pay attention to it.

  5. Ellen says:

    I think the 90s, started with the skate board generation, wide shorts, over the knees, oversizes. I know my sons wore them and they looked great in it. Also oversizes shirts.
    My style is getting a little bit changed. I always liked to go with the fashion. But now, with the skinny jeans and the hot-paints, I have to pass. I prefer to wear normal jeans, pantalons, nice matching shirts and blouses. Not sure if that is a style.

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