A View of the Polka Dot Shoe
Our black race is some of the most fashionable. We see
how they do in Africa. We see how they do in America. We see
how they do all over the world. Therefore, we must point this
out. Our Black people tend to dress in the most dashing way.
We are stars in this world whether famous or not. Black people
have the best swag ever. And people are watching us to see
our style, our class, beautiful, and brilliance all wrap up
like a Christmas present.
There are many things sported in fashion, but
these are the culture fashion amongst our black race.
Trends in the Black Race
Loud prints were sported abundantly just 4 decades ago. Out of them
all, the most popular was the polka dot. And who doesn’t love polka dots?
Dresses, bikinis, cool clam diggers consisted of these signature dots.
They draw attention like a money contest.
The wholesome conservatism of the 1950s ran through the Swinging Sixties
as a part of a trendful look.
1960s: Go Go Boots
The long go go boots made their way into the scene to pair themselves
up with the short skirts that one could label risque. It’s as if the
long boots made up for the short skirts. The shirt skirts covered
more of the leg will the skirts moved closer to their rear.
Diana Ross and the Supremes:
Their style consist of sparkly and colorful.And what a mixture
huh? Their music was timeless and the drama behind the scenes
was so huge that it keeps their history memorable.
These clunky heels have a unisex purpose and has cause people
to have ankle accidents. But hey, it was a fashion!!
Bell bottoms was seen all over, everywhere in the 70s decade.
Whether White polyester, classic denim or technicolor versions,
it was a popular look and oh so faddish!Here, Earth, Wind, and
Fire are rocking the technicolor version of bell bottoms.
These are 3 piece polyester suits often topped off with wild
printed shirts with mammoth collars. I can’t see how they’d
ever go out of style, but to the ladies and gentlemen
of the world, they did.
She would wear things that can be described as hippie-chic,
and casual. She was a beauty and sex icon.
His signature? The sideburns that accent his face, his
leather blazer and slick turtlenecks to take care of his
Door Knocker Earrings
And has anyone heard of door knocker earrings? And
what a title for a pair of earrings? I’m going to
be hearing the sound of knocking all day today.
Anyways, these earrings are a beauty symbol.
Yellow gold was the best symbol of extravagance
in the 80s. Salt and Pepper sported them as well as
Nefertiti emblems, door knocker earrings, big
gold chains, etc.
I myself can see why these trends were trends.
The clothes just sit there so aglow (bright)!
I’d be glad to bring these trends back one day.
I wouldn’twant to wait for someone else to bring them
back. I’d want to be first. Anyways, these images
leave a long lasting impression and I can’t
see why they would ever leave. After all,
popular trends are like sunshine, they brighten
up the day. Good day people!