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Fads and Classics A look through the years
Fad a temporary, passing fashion
Fad Usually extreme styles Bright colors Large accesories
Fad 50’s fads Capris Full skirts
Fad 60’s fad The baby doll look
Classic Simple in design Never go out of fashion May experience slight alterations through the years, but basically the same
Classic 50’s Straight skirt Blazer top
Blazer Blazer is a classic The color or fabric may change but the style basically stays the same.
Classic 60 ‘s Simple black dress
The simple black dress today
White Collared Shirt
Straight Leg Pants
A look through the years
Design Detail Taken from: Fashion! By Mary Wolfe.
+ Design Details Dress Styles, Neckline Styles Collar Styles Sleeve Styles Shirt Styles Pants Jackets & Coats.
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