I was born in 1950. So the fashions of the fifties, sixties, and seventies were those of my youth. What I remember most from the fifties were poodle skirts. In the sixties, there were Ben Casey blouses, something called "angel blouses," which were a bit of a scandal because they looked like maternity tops. There was also a preppy look I liked, pastel blouses with round collars, made by "Lady Bug," and the blouses came with a little ladybug pin. ""Villager" was a big name, too, as was "Jeune Lique," all of these being very preppy lines of clothing. Moving on to the late sixties and early seventies, we wore bell-bottomed jeans, wraparound skirts, mini-skirts, and the jewelry I remember was peace signs and love beads. As I got a little older, Diane von Furstenburg dresses were all the rage. I wish I still had one. They're coming back!