Trends come and go, but throughout the years, fashion has proven that it has a way of creeping back into our wardrobe, whether we like it or not. What used to be an outdated piece will suddenly become in-demand in the blink of an eye. The great thing about this cycle is one can save money just by knowing where to look.
See which trends are back in the must-have list – you might have one of these lying somewhere in your closet.
Evgeny Atamanenko/shutterstock: Mom Jeans back in fashion
A lot of millennials used to make fun of their mothers’ high-waisted jeans. Well, moms get the last laugh this time as it’s back in style! It was a staple in every woman’s wardrobe in the 90s.
For a classic look, pair it with a white top and some fabulous boots. Sift through thrift store racks, and you might find a vintage piece without spending too much.
The Versatile Corduroy
MS_studio/shutterstock: That 70’s look with corduroy!
The 70s was a decade known for its colorful fashion palette and daring use of prints. Corduroy was one material commonly used during such time that one can have it in almost anything – from handbags to pants. The same style has made its return to all the fashion magazines.
Bortolomeus Abdi W/shutterstock: Chunky sneakers made a comeback
Who would have thought this old-school trend would make a triumphant comeback? Chunky footwear is essential if one wants to look effortlessly cool. Thanks to big-name brands like Balenciaga and Gucci, this style has become chic in more ways than one.
The flared pants are probably the most iconic look from the 70s, which came in various colors. With its return in the fashion scene, most women opt to wear them in muted tones. It’s a perfect way to spruce up a dull office look!
The Bum Bag
Also known as the fanny pack, this fashion accessory saw its peak during the 80s well throughout the 90s. In today’s fast-paced world, many have realized that the bum bag is a convenient way to ramp up an outfit.
This alluring look is a big hit among the younger generation, but many of them don’t know that this was a fad that started back in the 1880s. It can be dressed up with a high-waisted skirt or a nice pair of shorts for a casual everyday look.
Always remember to be fashionable without spending too much. Have a closet inventory, and keep a few of your outdated yet favorite clothes. It will surely come back in style in the years to come!