I have to agree with the 1950s. Everyone was always so well-dressed. Women in hats and gloves. Men in suits with fedora's. There was also a great deal of diversity in clothing styles in the 1950s from young Marlon Brando types in cuffed jeans, white tees and leather jackets to figure hugging wiggle dresses to Christian Dior's New Look of 1955. (Tiny waist, huge full skirts).
I liked the 60s for the fun details like crocheted trim, bead accents, bell-sleeves, and boots; however, I think the 50s had the best fashion in tailored clothes that accentuated the figure. I also love the casual sexy capris look of Laura Petri on the Dick Van Dyke Show. Accessories like hats, scarves, and gloves completed the 50s look. Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn style says it all.
I liked the fashions of the 80's and 90's. Everyone could dress like they had an electric personality and the 80's brought us bling jewelry which, while I personally don't wear bling, I can see how it would make you feel fabulous! And the feminine male pop stars like David Bowie and Boy George totally rocked!
If you could only listen to music from one decade for the rest of your life which would you choose?Yes, several decades of course had great music, but if you could only listen to the music from ONE decade, for the rest...