Among adults 25-54, Mad Men TV show grew 26 percent according to AMC officials. Average household income was more than $ 100,000 as this is the most popular series of "white collar" population. And it's no small wonder that jewelry since 2010 is something of a twisted mirror image of that era.
Even though the hippie generation of psyching up, it was forgotten for Playboy club that had a dress code that was strictly "men only". Men are entering into association with a crisp white shirt and cuff links for covering tattoos during the day. Do not go too crazy with diamonds, however, or you could become a "bling" and lose again, "Mad Men" momentum.
You could wear Grandma's clip-on earrings and be chatting in the office! Clip on earrings are used to cover these benchmarks by which young people thought they would never grow tired. Now there are jewelry pieces that imitate them 60-year trend for pierced ears as well. White pearls are a necessity, as measured by Houndstooth pattern dress with small bow on the collar. Feel free to once again match your earrings to necklace. Closed toe, closed heel pumps should be dusted and shined before adding them to your pencil skirts, tight sweater and cardigan.
To explore more about the 60's fashion trends, be sure to rent some of these classic TV from your local library: The Doris Day Show, My Three Sons, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Perry Mason, Fugitive
(If you have a voluptuous figure, this is your lucky day! Christina Hendricks has paved the way for 'buxom bosoms' of the old prosper in the new century. Do not have to put vintage jewelry that has been gathering dust in your jewelry box. Marilyn Monroe, Jane Mansfield and Mae West would be proud!)
Always keep a pair of heels the color of your hair, because it will go with any dress, suit or jeans. With different colors and shades of shoes, it is easy to extend your budget too much shoes cost that could limit their collection. With shoes that match your hair color, you will always have a chic addition to your outfit.