What fashion era are we in?
We all know that times are a-changing, but for fashionistas like us, this means it’s getting more crazy. From skinny jeans to crop tops and everything in-between, we have our own unique lookbook to create. And while there’s probably not really any one genre of chic that’s overjustin yet, we can’t help but think of new trends and looks every time we see them! You can visit thedailynewspapers for more information.
Fashion has always been a part of our lives, and though it’s been in decline during the last decade or so, it’s never really vanished. It’s just gotten wilder and more diverse. From the designers who created our latest fashions, to the retailers who carry our favorite brands, there’s been a steady flow of colorful, new fashions. We’re constantly on the hunt for new and exciting looks that we can wear all year round. You can visit Magzinenews for more information.
This is the decade that brought American fashion back to prominence. The decade that saw the rise of ballerinas, the sartorial movement, and the rise of professionalism in the fashion industry. It’s also when the socialite movement started gaining its foothold in fashion, as well as the instant- messaging and quick- response culture it helped create. You can visit bestnewshunt for more information.
This is the decade when the “It’s Spring!” trend hit its stride. Supermodels and beauty queens were wearing their favorite clothes, and the fashion industry was responding in kind. It was also the decade when the beginning of the fashion industry’s “bling” trend became apparent, with its oversized hats, baggy suits, and big hair. You can visit magazinehub for more information.
This was also the summer when the “It’s Summer!” trend began to gain traction, and it’s also the season for bright, bold clothing. Whether it be tight, clingy tops or leggings with designs that look like there’s been chomping on them all summer, there was nothing else like it. You can visit time2business for more information.
This was also the year that the “It’s Case!” trend started to gain momentum, and it was quickly followed by “It’s Goth!” It was also the year of the G-E-R-O-O-C-L-E-A-T-E, with concerts like “The Great Gatsby” leading up to it. It was also the year when the term “bling” really hit the popularity it still has today, as celebrities like Hugh Hefner and Will Smith were using it in their promotional campaigns.
This is the year that America’s most popular holiday is celebrated, and it’s also the year of the “Goth” trend, with goth girls wearing pointy-toed shoes, lots of mascara, and scary-looking makeup. And it’s also the year where, for the first time, we saw makeup being worn on canon.
Now that we’ve gone over the most popular trends of the decade, let’s move on to the most underappreciated and underdocumented trends of the decade. We’re going to focus on four trends that we definitely missed, and that future fashionistas should definitely be watching out for.
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The 80’s were an interesting decade because they were all about old things, like fashion and nostalgia. We can look back on the ‘80s as a time of great fashion, but that doesn’t mean that there weren’t any other trends to be had. In fact, there were some amazing looks that were missed out on, like the “It’s Spring!” trend, the “It’s Summer!” trend, and the “It’s Goth!” trend.
As always, don’t take our word for it! Take a look at these photos and hear what other fashionistas are saying about the decade. What was your favorite fashion trend of the decade? Let us know in the comments!