1970s. It was very clear that everybody was on drugs.
'20s. The men looked dapper and the women were flappers.
From my name, you'll know there's only one answer for me! The 1950s and 1960s. Girls wore stockings and most of those had seams. If I was alive then, I would have been thrilled. Seeing a girl wearing seamed hose these days is very rare.<br />
Another good thing about those years is that America was in its wonder years. The economy was thriving and the space race was on to see who'd put a man on the moon first.<br />
Girls dressed like girls. Jeans were what farmers wore and men wore pants. I know this is biased but I know what I like. Feminine girls are wonderful!
B.C. - Adam and Eve - figleaf only
Men and women went over the top with wigs and pufed sleeves and curley collers in the 1500's. It must have taken hours to get dressed. The clothes weren't practical but they weree unique !
1970's. I can hardly remember then. But, it is funny to think pretemive people actually dressed like that at one time.
I like the clothing that ancient Egyptians wore, particularly the wealthy. When they did wear clothes that is.
I love Jane Austen's England, cir 1803, called the Regency period because the old king was nuts so his son, the Prince Regent, acted as king. <br />
Anyway, they wore long, slender dresses with empire waists made of silk, very simple in many ways. They dressed them up with a little lace and really low bodices! Also were known for taking a wet cloth and dampening the skirts so they'd be a little clingy and racy, silk being thin enough to see through in the right light. I love the soft colors and the way the dresses make you look graceful when you walk.<br />
Their coats only went to the empire waist of the dress instead of down below the hips so it looked really cool all the time.
late 60's early 70's
The days when knsghts wore metal armour. I've always wondered how they took a whiz.
The mid fifties to mid sixties of the twentieth century.