Thanks to Wm Rowe
We were recently invited to an 80’s party for our friends 40th birthday. Of
course, the objective was to come up with the coolest, most representative
outfit there. We racked our brains for hours. Being just toddlers and early
elementary kids in the 80’s we had to search history to revive the past. Most of
our memories were or the 90’s which were equally as eye catching. We finally
stumbled upon the shows our parents watched when we were young. The first one we
thought of was Miami Vice. Wouldn’t Crockettand
Tubbs make a sultry mark on any party? The thought of it just makes me want to
rush out on a Miami beach in my white Armani suit and turquois t-shirt and bring
back style at its best. I wonder if satelivetv has a
channel that still airs the reruns? Did you know that Macy’s even ran a Miami
Vice line when the show was popular? That was definitely more affordable than
the cars they drove. So now our search is on for the famous look that the 80’s
just couldn’t shake.
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