Quiz: Which Decade Suits You Best?
If you’re a nostalgic soul, no doubt you’ve imagined which decade your style truly belongs to. Here at Joanie HQ, we love feeling nostalgic about years gone by. Are you an old soul? We’ve devised a few key questions to determine which decade suits you best. So which decade does your style belong in? take the quiz to find out…
So, which decade suits you best?
Do you find yourself dreaming about wearing Mary Quant Mini Skirts and hanging out on the King's Road in the swinging 1960s? Perhaps you’re more of a 1940s girl who just loves the idea of wearing Tea Dresses and Victory rolls in your hair? Here's a look back at a few of our favourite decades...
Love the 1940s? Maybe you love the style of the land girls or a practical tea dress style. That post-war era, despite the hardships saw the birth of several iconic styles. Vintage inspired 1940s tea dresses remain a style staple for any nostalgic gal. We've created a 1940s Style Edit for any of you gals who like the era. The classic 1940s tea dress would have a neat nipped in waist and flared skirt. Typically, a tea dress would be made form a floaty fabric that is both practical, comfortable and pretty. Here at Joanie, we love to reimagine the iconic 1940s tea dress, offering a vintage-inspired style with a twist. Our Natalie Toile De Jouy Print Tea Dress is a classic example, with a fun print featuring bicycles and cats, and of course has pockets!
If the 1950s era is more your style, you’ll love our range of 1950s-inspired dresses like the Betty Floral Stripe Dress. 1950s fashion was bursting with colourful prints, nipped in waists and full skirts. Think Betty Draper in the early days of Mad Men. The dresses of the 1950s often featured novelty prints like our Vanda Lobster Print Dress. This is an era synonymous with fun, when rock ‘n’ roll was playing on the jukebox and the term 'teenager' was first coined. Young people were expressing their style and had more disposable income and freedom than ever before! For more 1950s Style, you can now shop our edit.
Do you love the idea of hanging out on the King's Road in swinging sixties London? Are you a mini skirt kind of girl and love your hemlines high? Are you a Beatles fan and would’ve loved to have been at the Abbey Road Studios as they recorded their seminal records?! Our Ringo Abbey Road Intarsia Jumper pays homage to the world famous Abbey Road. The 1960s saw a lot of global change, with Martin Luther King’s march on Washington and the Vietnam war. These global challenges inspired the hippies, Woodstock, the Women’s Liberation Movement and the summer of love. Far out man. You can shop more of our swinging styles in our 1960s Style Edit.
Is a boho look or bold print your thing? Do you love a midi dress length? Is Penny Lane in Almost Famous your all-time style icon? Our 1970s Style Edit is packed with bold floral prints, pretty Midi Dresses and cool denim, that Penny Lane would love. Our Trucker Mid-Wash Denim Shirt Dress is a classic laidback '70s inspired style. The 1970s are synonymous with cool denim. Our Fawcett Wide Leg Crop Jeansare inspired by the legendary Farrah Fawcett. Our other '70s-inspired style icons include Stevie Nicks, Debbie Harry, Diana Ross and Joni Mitchell. Debbie Harry frequently rocked some bold looks throughout the era, our Deborah Call Me Slogan Jumper gives a cheeky nod to the legend that is Debbie Harry, a.k.a. Blondie! Shop our 1970s Style Edit for more.
Take the quiz to find out which decade suits you best!