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What period in history had the best fashion?
Not all girls are into fashion, but a fair number of them are. Even if she isn’t way into fashion, she still might like this question. It’s probably something she has an opinion on, but I can almost guarantee no one has ever asked her. To expand the conversation, you might want to ask about if different time periods were better for different genders.

Hello answering your question, I love the fashion of the 50s, the touch pin up seems sophisticated, tasteful, classy and lots of fun.

The fashion of the 50s was characterized by giving importance to accessories such as hats, wallets, headdresses, gloves and necklaces and pearl earrings. All of them were the indispensable complement of all feminine attire.

What I love about this fashion is that you have the girl in a very feminine and sophisticated hood dress and the girl in an empowered leather jacket with a touch of rebelliousness, both looks seem spectacular to me.

The sophisticated makeup also gained ground. The women emphasized their eyes, with black eyeliner and well-defined lashes, and their red lips. The goal was to look beautiful and sexy, but without losing style or elegance.

The woman wants to be sensual again, she wants to show her curves, but without being very provocative. First of all there is modesty and good taste, this is the ideal, angelic wife.

In terms of haute couture, the fashion designers of these years were Pierre Cardin, Cristóbal Balenciaga, Coco Chanel and Givenchy. Each with his own personal style, dressing famous figures that marked all that generation: Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and the beautiful model Brigitte Bardot.

I must confess that I am a fan of polka dots and flower prints which were quite prominent during this time.

The men's fashion is not far behind, there were the bad guys in leather jackets to the sophisticated jackets and suspenders.