For an outsider to the fashion industry, it may be challenging to keep up with ever-changing styles. Not everyone can afford to make a new purchase, each time a trend rolls around.There is one ray of hope, though— what comes around, goes around!
Fashion makes rounds, and what was once deemed outdated, comes back in style. This is the case with vintage clothing that has now made a stellar comeback. It is no coincidence that flared trousers, denim on denim, or crop tops have madereappearances.
If you have some old clothes lying around, waiting to be worn again, then continue to read as we tell you what is ‘in’ right now and how to style.
Circle skirts were a staple in every woman’s collection in the 1950s. Now, they are back and look great paired with slacks or stockings. For added pizzaz, you can go for a beret and some other stylish accessories.
A versatile piece of clothing, designers have been styling crop tops for decades. Matching sets were extremely popular in the 1930s and 1940s, and they have been making appearances with different iterations.
Blouses with Bow
Alter-ego/Shutterstock: Blouses with bows are back in fashion
For the 80s, tops with a flourishing bow were a popular trend. The blouses looked feminine and were classy. Previously though, the fabric was synthetic and uncomfortable to wear, but now, the newer cloth is made of breathable materials, so you can relive the style once again!
We see it everywhere now. An oversized shirt or sweatshirt worn as a dress with sneakers or boots,it makes for a perfect ensemble.
Aviator & Tiny Sunglasses
In the 1970s, a trendy pair of sunglasses used to be tiny. We then moved on to bigger frames, but now smaller ones have been coming around once again. You can also match with your special someone by sporting a pair of matching aviators!
Stockshakir/Shutterstock: Multiple ways to wear a headscarf
There is a multitude of ways to style a headscarf. Try it as a headband, work it in your braid to lend yourself a Greek goddess look, or wrap it around a bun, whichever selection you make, it looks feminine and extremely stylish.
MaxFrost/Shutterstock: Leather never goes out of fashion!
Leather jackets have long been associated with punk rock enthusiasts and gothic looks. While the rock era was prominent in the 1970s, the remnants of that time are making a swift comeback.
Faux leather jumpsuits or full-length coats are in high demand right now. The look is sophisticated and easy to accessorize with a simple sweater or top paired with heels or boots.
A comfortable alternative to painful heels, platform shoes lend height and are suitable for long wear. It also helps that they are trending and can be worked in with a dress, flared pants, or jeans for that perfect blend of modern and vintage.
Now that you know the perfect use of old clothes, which latest trend will you dig out of your closet?