Kelly Lee
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Registered On: February 26, 2018
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Now it depends a little on what aspect to go by, the look, practicality put it on and wear it or work in it.

Victorian era:
love to try it out, the bustles, petticoats, corsets, huge hats. Just can’t image wearing it in say southern states in the summer without getting a heatstroke in 5 minutes.

1910s hobble skirt:
Have some and love to wear them. Is ok as long as I don’t have to walk in stairs or have extremely high (unstable) heels. It does make sure you take short steps.

1920s flapper look:
might be practical but no thanks

1940s post-war:
I can pass on this also (pants – yuck)

1950s housewife look, cute and casually feminine:
Now we talking, looks good, somewhat easy to put on and pretty practical.

1960s flower child, hippy chick, mini skirts:
good but not interesting

1970s disco queen:
good but not interesting

1980s big-shouldered styles, leggings, hair bands
Interesting and a good runner up

so, my pick is
1 – 50s
2 – victorian
3 – 80s
4 – 20s


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