60’s a Go-Go on Great Day Houston

Next week is your chance to relive your past or if you weren’t there for some of this, think of how much you can learn!  Hey, it’s great knowledge to have since fashion of today is always a reflection of some past era.

Great Day Houston is doing “Retro Week” next week and doing a decade-a-day on all things of that decade, starting on Monday with the 50’s and ending on Friday with the 90’s.

The Chic Sheet was asked to participate on fashion and I had to pick my fave decade, the 60’s, and not just because I’m a Mad Men fan, but I think it had such an amazing impact on fashion.  From Jackie O.’s pillbox hats, sheath dresses and day suits to Audrey’s cigarette pant. Also, who could forget the British invasion of Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton and Mary Quant’s invention of the mini-skirt for the early years, ending with the beginning of the Hippie era in the late 60’s that lead to the love-fests of the 70’s.

We are proud to be working with Cheeky Vintage on this and had the absolute best time working with Tina and all of her fabulous pickings. You will also have the treat of seeing many familiar faces in our segment.  So tune in to Great Day next week for a very fun look back with Deborah Duncan…..can’t be home to watch, then set those DVR’s now.

We’ll see you on Tuesday, July 16th……60’s a Go-Go!!!

About Roz Pactor

I am a fashion and marketing consultant and blogger based in Houston, Texas. With more than three decades of experience in fashion retailing that has spanned Foley’s, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s NYC, I have earned a reputation for delivering expertise, energy and enthusiasm to my roster of clients. I have remained closely connected with designer women’s fashion as well as the misses, teens, men’s and children’s apparel and accessories markets from coast to coast.

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