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For much of the '80s, girls dressed like their favorite pop stars, such as Madonna and Cyndi Lauper. They wore short skirts and neon colors, and outfits were heavily accessorized with hoop earrings, bangles and lots of makeup. Cool outfits weren't finished without "big"...


Girls' fashion in the 1980s was characterized by vibrant pastel colors, soft fabrics, leggings, oversized tops and flashy accessories. Older teens looked to pop culture for fashion inspiration.


A lot of different styles were popular with girls in the '70s, with polyester fabric, bright colors, loud patterns and longer skirts most notable among them. Many fashions from the '60s carried over into the new decade. However, fashions in the '70s tended to be brighte...


Girls in the 1950s primarily wore dresses of various types for most functions and dungarees when lounging about the house or playing outside. Skirts and dresses were the most acceptable form of dress for girls and women of all ages. Wearing pants was not a common thing ...


Female fashions in the 1940s were influenced by World War II, and tailored suits, squared shoulders and mid-length skirts with narrow hips were fashionable. Clothing was utilitarian, with few frills or embellishments.


In the 50s, grease girls wore cashmere sweaters and poodle skirts or pedal pushers. Pedal pushers are pants that end at the knees. They also wore scarves around their necks.


In the 1970s, fashion was seen as a means of individual expression. Teenage girls wore fun, colorful and bold clothes to express their unique styles. The biggest fashion trends for teens in the 1970s included peasant shirts, bell bottoms and button-down shirts with ruff...