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Frozen: a walk through style from the 50s to the 90s

Frozen, the Style Show was presented by Resale Online Clothing and 3D Lash and Brow. This event consisted of five vignettes which displayed the style through each decade from the 1950s to the 1990s. Guests of Frozen took an actual walk through each of the five vignettes to experience the different style stories. 

 

The 50's kitchen scene depicts to me the woman who is home prepping dinner for her family during this era. She is dressed in her best skirt set and hair full of curls. Below some of my favorite examples of 50's style showcased at the Frozen Style Show are a green silk blouse and skirt with embroidered details and also a floral skirt suit paired with baby doll pumps. When I stepped in to the 50s vignette, I could literally see Lucille Ball - one of my most admired women actresses - rocking each of these looks.

The 60's hair salon was my favorite to see because of the style from this decade having the highest impact on modern day fashion. A great example of this is shown by the pair of white leather boots worn by one of the salon models. A big trend currently in fashion and also on the forecast to still be hot during 2019 is the white ankle boot. Imagine Audrey Hepburn dressed in the first look below during a scene of her 1961 Breakfast at Tiffany's role. Style icon and first lady "Jackie O" Kennedy also demonstrated the best of 60's style with very ladylike pieces and classic accessorizing. 

Shown here are the classiest ladies of the 1960s as they meet up for their weekly hair appointments at the local salon to catch up on the latest gossip with all of their girlfriends.

 

We all know that the "grooviest" decade was the 1970's for their super cool personalities and party habits. The 70's house party at the Frozen Style Show was soooo that! These ladies were styled in abstract printed dresses and boots and wore big bangles as arm candy. Smoking was a popular habit of the 70s also as you can see the model in the long olive and white dress below holding a cigarette as she poses while enjoying the function. Hoop earrings, high ponytails on long hair and leather jackets also were staples of the 70s fashion decade. One of the party girls shown below rocks a high pony tail at the 70s house party and is calling her favorite guys over to the party using the ever so classic rotary dial phone. 

 

Fashion at the 80's office reminds me of the most professional "boss lady" dressed in polished blazers and business suits. Huge gold buttons and over sized earrings added extra sass to any look during this decade. The models below reenact office clerks and secretaries hard at work in the 1980s while dressed in their best professional attire. Neon colors were a big deal such as the hot green skirt paired with a purple blouse and tweed blazer below. You will see another leather trend in the 1980s as one of the office clerks below wear a leather skirt with a cheetah printed top while making a phone call at the office. 

 

The 90's lounge of the Frozen Style Show reminded me of the 90s movie, House Party right when I entered the room. High heel pumps, bright colors and over sized pieces were some of the most popular trends of this stylish decade, which I was born in! The orange blazer modeled below was probably the piece that I had my eyes on the most during the show as blazers are a staple in my wardrobe literally year-round. Large bowtie neck blouses and funky prints were seen in a lot of women's wardrobe during this decade also. Disc Jockeys wearing large headphones on their head or around their neck was also seen as an accessory. 

Shop more looks like these with Resale Online Clothing. Contact: IG @LorieKindle, @ResaleOnlineClothing 

 

Photography by: Nick Weaver www.cameramanstan.com 

 

Wardrobe Stylist: Lorie Kindle - IG @LorieKindle, @ResaleOnlineClothing 

 

Make up provided by the students of 3D Lash and Brow Salon & Academy owned by Amy Ledgister. 

IG @3dLashandBrow www.3dlashandbrow.com

 

Models were provided by John Casablancas agency https://jcasablancas.com/

 

Furniture was provided buy Retrospektiv http://shopretrospektiv.com/

 

 

 

 

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