When I was in my teens, platform shoes came into fashion. Remember Elton John on his tall elevator boots? My mother was quick to point out that she’d worn platform shoes all through the '30s and '40s. Of course, I was not in a position to recall the '30s or '40s. But when bell bottoms (or flared, as they’re called today) and hip huggers (or low rise, as they’re called today) came back into style in the '90s, you can bet I had a laugh about how we’d all worn those in the '70s. In fashion, if something is new to you, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s new.
Daily Beading Blogs
Aug 8, 2008
Filed under: Chain Maille, Pearls, Bead Making, Wire Jewelry, Lapidary, Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine, Beaded Wedding Jewelry, Beads, Jewelry Making, Beading Daily, Beaded Jewelry, Pearl