1 Crop top
Crop Tops: Every year there comes a trend that earns space in your wardrobe. Crop tops have swung from flat to bulgy tummies. But before they took a boost in today’s era they were considered a favourite of women in the 30’s and 40’s.. And not only women, men wore crop tops too, during 1970’s and 80’s especially while playing Football. Obviously, trends like these never fade away.
2 Denim jacket
Denim Jackets: Denim jackets can perfectly fit in with most clothing.They are the hip garnish to a dish. The first denim jacket came into being, as a work shirt or formal shirt in 1905.
Every few years, denim jackets return with a twist and have managed to stay in style for decades.
Chokers:Women today can rarely do without a choker necklace. Chokers shouldn’t just be adored for its style, but also because they have won the battle of fashion of one of the earliest human civilisations. It was first introduced in 2500 B.C. and then redesigned in A.D and now yet again.
Don’t be surprised if in ten years from now, your daughter asks you for a choker!
4 Off-shoulder tops
Off-Shoulder Tops:The best part about fashion is that, all that was trendy yesterday, will be back in vogue soon enough!
Off-Shoulder tops and dresses were much in fashion in the late 1800.They returned with a bang and took over our streets with their trendy designs and patterns.
5 Hippie flower crown
Hippie Flower Crowns: The Hippie Flower Crowns or Tiara’s are very popular today, but they aren’t really new and just borrowed from our ancestry!
Though flower crowns make every girl feel like a queen or goddess, they were apparently started in ancient Greece and were made to to honour the Gods.
6 Flannel shirts
Flannel Shirts: Frankly speaking, Flannel and checked shirts was never out of one’s wardrobe.
They just hibernate for a while and then spring back in style! Apparently these shirts were created in the 17th Century by the British.
7 Power suits
Power Suits: Power suits have given women, a typically formal and powerful image at work. The first womn power Suit was introduced by Coco Chanel in the 1920’s.
Over decades, power suits got redesigned several times over and have remained the dominant choice of corporate women professionals.