Nostalgic Fashion Trends Making A Comeback



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70s: Boho Chic

The 70’s were all about channeling your inner bohemian



... with an emphasis on pieces that make you feel good from the inside-out, so it is no surprise that this style is being conjured up again in modern looks.

Many of the pieces that fit into the boho trend from the 70’s feel more organic, freeform, and natural.

One look that checks all the boxes is crochet. Brightly knitted tops and bottoms are a blast from the past and a fun look to incorporate into your wardrobe as we move into the warmer months.

80s: Puff Sleeve

The fashion at this time period was all about accentuating the shoulder



When looking back at the style from the 80s, you can clearly see that they deemed bigger to be better!

Channel the 80s in 2022 by opting for a puff sleeve shirt to add a dramatic flair to your outfit.

90s: Denim Overload

Jumping to 90s nostalgic fashion now, the first thing that comes to my mind is denim.



If you want to go above and beyond, layer on the denim for a pseudo-Canadian tuxedo inspired outfit.

Rock your baggy jeans with a denim shirt or layer a denim dress with a matching denim jacket.

The moral of the story is that if you want to embody the 90s, the trick is to go after denim with full force.

Y2K: Cropped Everything

With everyone hopping on this trend, now is your time to try it out if you have not done so already.



To hit the nail on the head with this nostalgic fashion era, try rocking cropped versions of your everyday pieces.

Of course, I am talking about the micro mini-skirts and cropped halter tops and baby doll tees that comprise a majority of that signature Y2K look.

From there, you can elevate the cropped pieces and add a contemporary twist by accenting with items like a tailored coat or some heeled boots and a structured bag.

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