Trends often come and go, as that is the nature of fashion. Often times these are just momentary and something new quickly replaces the trend that was before it. With the changing of seasons, this trend switch often occurs. In rare cases though, a trend can return over and over again. Sometimes when this happens you are prepared with articles of clothing you wore with the last trend and sometimes you have already gotten rid of the clothing. Some of the trends that resurface will surprise you and some will not. These are five of my “comeback” trends.
These shoes were made extremely popular in the 70’s. Every disco going diva had a pair of these shoes to go dancing with. In the late 90’s and early 2000’s, these shoes made an enormous comeback. Teenagers were wearing them as well as young adults. Seems like everyone wants to sport their inner disco diva every now and then.
This trend was made popular by the pin up girl era. The 50’s and 60s saw a time when everything you could possibly imagine was made from animal print. You could get swimsuits, purses, shoes, and pants in animal prints. This trend has made it’s comeback slowly but surely. It has started creeping in since the mid 2000s and is still pretty popular. This trend has even crossed over into children’s fashion. Who doesn’t love those awesome zebra striped pants?
These boots have pretty much dabbled in all eras. These have become extremely popular because no matter what size calf you have, you can always get the stylish look of the boots. Currently back in full force now, these ankle boots are often referred to as “booties” now. These make great pairings with both jeans and slacks. This is one style of footwear you can’t go wrong with!
This skirt was made popular during the “summer of love” in the 1970’s. Of course then it was referred to as something a hippie wore. Currently though, all types of women enjoy these long flowing skirts. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love an elastic waistband in a gorgeous skirt? It looks like these skirts are here for the long haul, also trickling down to children’s fashion.
Leather “Bomber” Jacket
This trend dates back to World War II. Trendsetters in the 80’s helped it with a comeback. It never has really gone out of fashion, just merely died down on the hype. During the fall and spring this trend is more prevalent. These jackets are especially popular among younger adult women.