Do you know which aspect of the 1960's you are actually missing the most? Let's see just what you're really nostalgic for!
START THE QUIZ!
In your opinion style should be a reflection of....
What's going on in the world
The time period
What's wrong with America today?
There's no real change
The values are gone
We're greedy and corrupt
Who's currently on rotation in your playlist?
Florence and the Machine
Which TV show are you most likely to DVR?
Vietnam in HD
Once Upon A Time
What would your trip of a lifetime include...
A cross country motorcycle ride
A drive along the California coast
A tour of Europe
Visiting the national parks
Which text slang word are you most likely to use?
I don't use text slang
What season were you born in?
Which political party do you affiliate with?
What trait do you admire most in others?
If you have to cancel plans last minute, what do you?
I just don't show up
I make sure to call or text
I would never cancel last minute
What you're missing most from the 1960's is the music. Has there ever been a decade to launch so many iconic songs that still resonate today? We think not! You truly miss the amazing music, iconic bands, and the influence of the music industry on trends.
What you miss most about the 1960s is the epic fashion. From mod mini skirts to go pea coats, you absolutely miss the stunning fashion trends of this decade. Not only did men appear to be more dapper, but women looked stylish at all times.
The Epic Fashion
What you miss most about the 1960's is the values! You're an old soul who longs for the days of strong values, good manners, and doing the right thing. It seems as if so much of what made the 60's great has truly been lost along the way.
What you miss most about the 60's was the activism and sense of duty. When individuals detected a problem with society, they tried to do something about it. There was action behind the words so many put forth.
What you miss most about the 60's is the hope so many people possessed for a better future! People were truly invested in making the world a better place, so much so, that hope resounded throughout much of the country. Never has it seemed more possible for anything to happen.