Throwback fashion trends that are here to stay in 2018

Hey Lovelies and Merry Christmas! We're getting closer and closer to kicking off the new year, which is still so unreal to me. And, with each year the current fashion trends worn are a revival of fashion pieces from the past. With clothing pieces and accessories from the 1950s straight through the early 2000s reemerging, these revivals are now current additions to our wardrobe. So, this a quick rundown on the few throwback fashion trends that are here to stay in 2018.

The 1950s: The Beret

This classic fashion piece of the fifties was revived in 2017. The Beret has quickly come back on the front line of fashion. And it's been a popular fall fashion statement piece worn by both girls and guys.

The 1960s: Checkered, Plaid and Gingham Print

The Checkered, Plaid and Gingham Print are classic sixties prints that became a huge trend this year. This print has resurfaced in many unique styles, of which have been inspired by classic sixties and seventies fashion silhouettes. From the straight-neck plaid mini dress to the plaid wide leg pants, these are prints and styles that are here to stay in 2018.

The 1970s: High Waist Bell Bottom Flare Pants (the Wide Leg Pants) and Platform Boots

Wide Leg Pants paired with Platform Boots are two fashion statement pieces of the past that have been brought back to popularity this year. These often paired fashion pieces are a simple way to elevate your look.

The 1980s: Moto Jacket and Fishnets

Although when thinking of the eighties, bold colors may come to mind. There was the rock aspect that brought to light fashion pieces we all adore, being Moto Jackets and Fishnets. These fashion pieces have been an ongoing trend that is here to stay in 2018. The current way we've started styling these classic eighties fashion pieces is through layering them. The layered style of fishnet tights under jeans has been a cute trend that will accompany us in 2018.

The 1990s: Denim and Slip Dresses

Denim and Slip Dresses are classic nineties fashion pieces that were the frontline of fashion in 2017. Denim on denim has become a huge style choice this year, as well as, the layered looks created with slip dresses. Personally, I loved styling outfits with these throwback clothing pieces and will continue to do so, in 2018.

The 2000s: Tracksuits and Chokers

Chokers definitely were revived in 2017. Since its revival, they now have come in a variety of cute styles. From the classic tattoo choker to the layered choker necklace sets and even denim chokers. This is a throwback fashion accessory that I've personally been loving and will continue to wear in 2018. As for tracksuits, these were on the frontline of fashion in the early 2000s. Tracksuits from brands like Adidas and Juicy Couture were the go-to fashion choice in the late nineties and early 2000s. These have all made their comeback in 2017, as brands like Adidas have risen to popularity. 

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The 1920s: The Newsboy Cap

Also currently known as the "Baker Boy Hat" is a hat style that was worn in the early 1920s. The Newsboy Cap was popular in the 1920s among young men. Nevertheless, the style was revived in the early 2000s and became a popular statement piece among women. Currently, the known as the "Baker Boy Hat", it has stayed a popular hat style choice among women and fashion houses.

The 1990s: Oversized Sweaters

Oversized sweaters and turtlenecks are the fashion staples of the nineties! This is a throwback fashion trend that has become increasingly popular over the years and is here to stay. I love styling this classic nineties fashion piece by wearing an oversized sweater or turtleneck loosely tucked into a pair of high waist jeans. Additionally, I would add a belt to cinch in everything at the waist. Oversized sweaters can be styled many distinct ways and will continue to stay on the frontline of fashion.

Hope you enjoyed this rundown on the throwback fashion trends that are here to stay on the frontline of fashion in 2018.

Thanks so much for reading loves! Until next time for more in the KoutureChristmas Series!

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