Angela – the gold cursive script dangled from a dainty gold chain and nestled in the tanned hollow between her collar bones. Jayne – the letters sparkled in the bright rays of the sun, shining like the blonde highlights in her Farrah Fawcett wings. Stephanie – I’m going to ask her out to the KISS concert and I hope she wears her red sequinned boob tube. Yowza!.
People traded in the protest signs of the 1960s for a more subtle approach to get their feelings across. The 70s marked a time when everything was personalised: iron-on decals graced t-shirts, bumper stickers shouted slogans, ID bracelets signified ownership, and name-plate jewellery marketed the individual.