Fashion works in cycles. Partly because tastes change, and partly because every generation draws on aesthetic inspiration from past generations.
Here are the classic trends that used to be “it” and are making a comeback:
Chokers were the de-facto neck accoutrement in the 90s, and everyone wore them. Now they’re making a comeback.
The athleisure movement has made sweatpants cool again. Even though they’re a bit more slim fitting than in the past, joggers are still just sweatpants with a different cut. Comfort’s back, baby!
This one makes a comeback every 5-10 years it seems. In the 80s, every pair of jeans had the knees blown out, and now things are swinging back in that direction. Who doesn’t like a little breeze on your skin when you’re wearing long pants?
Cut-off Jean Shorts
Taking an old pair of jeans, slicing them off above the knee, and calling them shorts is one of the most economical things you can do. The problem was that, for a while, it was totally uncool. But they’re making a comeback.
Wide Leg Pants
Whether flared or just billowy, more generously proportioned legs are on the uptick.
The iconic early 90s style is making a comeback in bold plaids. Both guys and girls can get into this one, and you get extra points if the plaid is flannel.
Apparently the minimalist tones of grays, browns, and taupes are being tossed to the wayside for loud colors and fun prints.
Long, Straight Hair
Apparently, Cher Chic is back on the menu for 2019. Going long and shiny is all the rage!
So, there you have it. Those are the biggest fashion trends from days past that we see rearing their heads in modern attire.