Looks like 80's are back in Trend!

When it comes to '80s fashion, we have a lot to be thankful for. While the decade hasn't influenced our wardrobes for a long time, in recent months, we've come to the realisation that all the most current trends today are courtesy of the '80s.

Don't just sit there with a raised eyebrow, it's worth noting that at the end of last year, the trend had seen an 87% increase on Pinterest.

Now, if you're not too familiar with the nuances of this era, there are a few standout looks we are sure you'll recognise: big shoulders, white jeans, underwear as outerwear and oversize jewellery.

It was the decade of the power dresser but also of punks. It gave us Madonna, Tina Turner, and Cher, plus numerous other superstars whose sense of style influences many in 2019.

Blazers with jeans

It’s a fact that Princess Diana's archive is inspiring some of the world's most influential designers to the more basic resurgence in women wearing blazers with jeans again.
So why don’t you take a peek at her wardrobe so you can be in ‘trend’ again?

Bodysuits & Naked Dress

Bodysuits are classic '80s Madonna, but the underwear/bodysuit look is bang on the money for now. You can forget the pearls, you might as well just wear yours with some high-waisted jeans for a night out.

We don't need any more proof to know that Cher is the ultimate style queen. Here, the star wore the naked dress before everyone was doing it at the Met Gala.

Turtlenecks

Yes, believe that because it was hard for me too. Brooke Shields was America's number one sweetheart back in the '80s. Layering that checked jacket over a t-shirt or a turtleneck is exactly the kind of street style we see during a lot of shows nowadays.

See-Through Layers

The Jenner/Kardashian clan has already got this look down—and there are sheer dresses all over the spring runways. But the originator of this style? Another Kim. Kim Basinger. Now every other woman wears see-through shirts or dresses with partial see-through layers.

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