Fashion trends that raged the year of your birth

  • Fashion trends have changed dramatically over the years.

  • In the '60s and' 70s, people experimented with styles such as bell pants, buttonless blouses and fluid jumpsuits – all influenced by music and social movements over the decades.

  • In the '80s and' 90s, people favored celebrity-inspired sets, especially those worn by style icons like Naomi Campbell and the late Princess Diana.

  • In the 2000s, designers borrowed heavily from the clothing trends of the last decades.

  • In 2019, for example, the trends of the 90s such as slip dresses, animal prints and tiny handbags became popular again.

The very nature of fashion trends comes and goes.
Combinations, for example, have become fashionable since the 1970s and the combination has recently made a comeback since its popularity in the 1990s. Despite this steady flow, there is still at least one trend that is sweeping the world. of fashion every year.
From halter swimsuits that were popular in the 1950s to the return of printed costumes in the 2000s, keep reading to find out the trendy fashion trends the year of your birth.

1950s: Summer clothes were extremely popular.

According to Vintage Dancer, website-style and online store created by author Debbie Sessions, women's fashion in the 50's was centered on the size, stockings and summer outfits, all summer, according to the fashion history.
People also favored rompers and high-waisted pants designed to complement swimwear.

1960-1961: Coats and matching dresses are all the rage.

In the early '60s, many people still had popular styles in the' 50s. During this time, women often wore loose coats on matching dresses and completed their sets with hats, gloves and short coordinated heels.

1962: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis helped popularize pillbox hats.

The former first lady also often wore tailored coats, elbow gloves and strapless dresses, all of which became huge fashion trends in the sixties and seventies.

1963: The bow necklaces went into style.

According to Paste magazine, in the early 1960s, women entered male-dominated fields of work wearing bow collars. It has been said that the look mixes masculine and feminine styles.
Style is still worn frequently today – sometimes even as a political fashion statement.

1964: In the mid-1960s, people wore brightly colored clothing.

During this period, neutral colors were replaced by bold prints and fitted silhouettes gave way to a wider seam, according to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The transparent fabric was also used more commonly in the 1960s, according to the Vintage-Pop Culture blog, RetroWaste.

1965: The trend is spreading from the UK to the rest of the world.

Mod, abbreviation of modernism, was a subculture known for its interest in music and style. The mod movement was created by a small group of young London men who listened to modern jazz, according to the BBC.
The men who took part in the movement often dress in a radical fashion, dressed in tailored costumes and sophisticated ensembles inspired by British rock and R & B groups.

1966: Women's fashion is also influenced by the mod movement.

Rather than wearing elegant suits, the women donned polka-dot sets, black and white paneled dresses and inspired boots, among others, André Courrèges' sleek models.

1967: The miniskirts were everywhere.

But the style was rarely worn on bare legs. Instead, women often wear short skirts with colorful tights, fishing nets and other stockings.

1968: People love to wear styles inspired by the movie "Bonnie and Clyde".

Although the film was released a year earlier in 1967, "Bonnie and Clyde" inspired fashion was still present throughout 1968. In particular, men often wore striped suits and plain-colored hats.

1969: Women begin to exchange colorful tights for boots knee high.

Many shoes from this era had short thick heels, were leather and were just above the knee.

1970: Hippie inspired pants and modern style shirts were very popular in the early 70's.

According to Vintage Dancer, the fashion of this decade "could not decide the direction to take nor that of the past decade". As a result, men wore a mix of everything including turtlenecks, scarves and wide leg pants.

1971: The following year, halter necklines became fashionable again.

The neckline was seen as risky at the time. However, it was still commonly found in various ensembles, including overalls, dresses and swimsuits, according to Fashion Era, a blog on the history of women's and fashion costumes by Pauline Weston Thomas.

1972: Rather than following a single trend, people seek to dress in ways that express their individuality.

Throughout 1972, people have blurred the boundaries between men's fashion and women's fashion. They have also merged the styles of previous decades.

1973: Disco styles begin to emerge from the fashion industry.

This year, men often wore bell pants and wedge shoes.

1974: men and women put on costumes.

Women's costumes featured a wide range of styles in 1974. Dresses became fashionable, as were suit jackets and skirts.
According to a report published in 1974 by the New York Times, the most popular style among men at that time was that of "leisure suits". This style was supposed to have a casual look and be worn "anywhere, except at the office or on formal occasions".

1975: Everyone wanted to wear a wetsuit.

Since disco-inspired styles were still popular in 1975, many combinations included wide-legged trouser legs and voluminous sleeves.

1976: The buttoned dresses at the front become fashionable.

The style was a nod to the 1920s, when buttons were sewn onto dresses to create a nautical aesthetic, according to Vintage Dancer.

1977: Styles leaving skin exposed are popular.

In 1977, it was common practice among men to close only the bottom button of their suit and shirt.
Similarly, women were attracted to the bikinis plunging neckline.

1978: The clothes are designed for dancing.

Disco music continued to gain popularity in the late '70s and the release of films such as "Saturday Night Fever" allowed the music-inspired fashion trend to remain strong.

1979: Members of the punk subculture wore ripped jeans and leather.

Punk fashion began in the United Kingdom around 1975 and continued to influence clothing trends towards the end of the decade and the 1980s.

1980: Bright and bright colors were in fashion in the early 80's.

The women also wore a mix of loose and fitted styles throughout 1980 and paired their sets with big jewelry.

1981: Everyone was wearing bulky shoulders.

From dresses to blouses, swollen shoulders in the early 80s.

1982: The color combination to use is black and white.

A 1982 Macy's catalog shows that both colors were generally worn together in formal ensembles and associated with lace accessories.

1983: Many men wear sportswear.

Clothing representing sports teams was also popular, especially those featuring National Football League logos. The trend eventually spread to women's fashion.

1984: Pants with fine stripes are worn by men and women.

According to Bustle, most of the pinstripe trousers worn at that time were loose.

1985: Long and short skirts are considered fashionable.

According to a 1985 article in The New York Times, some women opted for mini skirts associated with tights, while others opted for long skirts flared at the bottom.

1986: men love fashion inspired by rock and roll.

From the mid-to-late 1980s, men's fashion was heavily influenced by the many glam-rock bands of the decade, as well as accessories such as leather jackets and studded belts.

1987: The suspenders are in style.

Over the years, costumes are never completely out of fashion. Instead, people are giving a new twist to the classic style, such as the addition of suspenders in the late 80s.

1986: Women mix sportswear with their everyday clothes.

A digital copy of Elle magazine from 1988 is full of advertisements for sportswear and sports-inspired ensembles.

1989: In the 90s, people argued for the wearing of faux fur.

In 1989, many people protested against the fashion industry's use of real fur, which has allowed a number of fake fur models to become fashionable, according to Elle.

1990: In the early 1990s, jackets became an essential part of many outfits.

According to Retro Waste, meanwhile, "recession-tired shoppers have chosen to spend money on clothes that would stay in fashion as long as possible."
As a result, many women have opted for basic fashionable clothing, such as simple black jackets.

1991: Coats become more casual with time.

Sport jackets and coats became popular in 1991. This trend was often associated with the growing popularity of hip-hop music.

1992: Wedge shoes return to fashion.

This year, the vintage styles of the 60s such as wedge shoes and long skirts are back in fashion.

1993: The combination was everywhere.

Combinations were popular among men and women, and their style varied seasonally, according to Mental Floss.
During the winter months, people wore a jumpsuit with long legs, but the "breeches" settled in the spring.

1994: Plaid was extremely popular in the mid-1990s.

Print became very popular in the mid-90s thanks to grunge musicians who were trendy, like Nirvana.

1995: Colorful designs make fury.

According to a Baltimore Sun article published in 1995, people started to separate from all-black sets in favor of multicolored looks in the mid-90s.

1996: Most people opt for casual styles.

From t-shirts to loose jeans, people preferred comfort to haute couture in 1996.

1997: Everyone had a pair of Dr. Martens.

At the time, the brand's classic black boots were among the most popular shoes on the market.
This style of footwear is still fashionable, but Dr. Martens now manufactures shoes in a wider variety of colors, styles and options of leather, including vegan leather.

1998: Logo-mania was born at the end of the 90s.

Clothes with logos made a splash at the end of the 90s.
This trend has recently returned to fashion, with celebrities wearing designer looks like Fendi and Gucci.

1999: Men accessorized with bucket hats.

This trend has also become fashionable again in recent years. Celebrities like Rihanna frequently wear the retro look.

2000: The high halter are integrated in casual and official looks.

Satin tops were particularly popular, according to Bustle. Straps with thin straps were also common.

2001: Many people were wearing jeans.

This trend was probably influenced by Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake's iconic denim outfits that get married at the 2001 American Music Awards.

2002: low-rise jeans are all the rage.

The Cut recently predicted that low-rise jeans would soon return to the fashion industry.

2003: People loved the high courts that looked like bras.

Fashion inspired lingerie has become elegant in recent years.

2004: Von Dutch is one of the most fashionable brands on the market.

The brand's trucker hats were particularly popular – almost every Hollywood celebrity owned one.

2005: Livestrong bracelets are a popular accessory.

The bracelets were created to raise funds for the Livestrong Foundation, a cancer-fighting work by Lance Armstrong.

2006: People layered polos over other tops.

While some superimposed several polos on each other, others wore the collar shirt over long sleeve tops.

2007: jackets were everywhere.

According to Cosmopolitan, some women change their trend by wearing vests in t-shirts.

2008: Women wore leggings as trousers.

At that time, leather and latex leggings were particularly popular.

2009: The creators Ed Hardy have enough.

The brand was known for its tattoo style graphic t-shirts and acid-washed jeans.

2010: Basque tops have become fashionable.

The trend has swept the events on the red carpet, casual fashion, parades, etc.

2011: Many people liked skull print scarves.

The unique accessory has added a daring touch to any outfit.

2012: Wedge sneakers have become fashionable.

Marc Jacobs helped popularize the shoe in 2012, according to Elle, and the look quickly attracted celebrities.

2013: the stars favored dresses with bold cuts.

Glamor described the trend as "the little sister of the panel," another bold look that was popular at the time.

2014: Crop Tops dominated women's fashion.

Rihanna was one of at least five stars who had worn a top for the 2014 Met Gala Gala, proving that the trendy style worked as well in a casual as formal setting.

2015: Neutral color clothing has become a trend.

Kanye West's first-ever Yeezy apparel launch in February 2015 was a good example of this trend.
The first line collection was filled with distressed clothing in a variety of neutral shades, creating a fashion trend that is still popular today.

2016: designers adopt silhouettes to wear at the shoulder.

According to Seventeen magazine, research on this style has increased by 238% in 2016.

2017: Men began to wear patterned costumes.

Today, men and women often wear colorful and printed costumes.

2018: People could not get tired of monochrome outfits.

Models like Bella and Gigi Hadid were among the biggest fans of monochrome looks, a style that involves wearing single-color clothing or different shades of the same hue.

2019: The trend "without pants" continues.

Bella Hadid, Rihanna and Hailey Baldwin are among the fans of the daring look.

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