I love mad men series, this is not something amazing. Many people love this TV series and their characters. This series successfully depict 1960 style of fashion featuring mini dresses, bow ties, bouffants, Vivier flats, hair curls and up do's. This is the most best thing i love about mad men.
The costume designer Janie Bryant, intelligently created 1960's look, like colorful prints, geometric patterns, the turtle neckline and soft print colors. Even the makeup and the jewelery show 1960's era features.
The female characters Megan, Marie, Sally, Jane, Trudy, Cynthia and Peggy wore different style of clothes that were not only impressive but more or less throwing light on the mod side of 1960's era. The hair style, makeup all very fantastic.
Sheer embellished neckline dress with diamond pearl earrings and red pouts give a fuller classy look.
The embellished bead work tangy orange-red dress that Megan wore look influenced by Indian style. Another outfit of Megan i loved is that chic zigzag pattern pastel orange coat with a big gold chain around neck. Megan is also looking sober in its printed turtle neck dress.
The little beautiful girl Sally and her metallic formal outfit both are beautiful and stylish. Her soft makeup and up do is eye catchy and soft.
The rhinestone embellished belly barring dress is looking stunning on Jane. Her hair style and the bold earrings all looked very stylish.
The yellow dress with bow tie at the bottom looked chic on her. The other dress with diamond pattern and orange color is also superb.
I loved that white big floral print shirt that she wear with pearl jewelery and blond hairs.
The striped bow tie black jersey dress that looked like air hostess outfit looked perfect on Peggy.
How gorgeous is the printed Easter colored printed chiffon dress she wore with pearl gold jewelery. But more amazing was her hairs in whirls sections, a good up do i saw after a long time.
The deep teal dress with a printed scarf and the other crimson cocktail dress with a brooch was another fabulous piece i loved at mad men.