The groovy decade of bold style and colors is making a stylish return, and the young loves it. Here are five clothing items in the ‘80s that are finding a space in the closet once again.
Parties in the 80s meant women in off-the-shoulder dresses. This cut emphasizes the neckline and allows the wearer to show some skin in a chic way.
Madonna loved baring her midriff in a crop top. Today, crop tops are worn by mostly everyone—regardless of body frame. It works well with high-waist skirt, pants or shorts.
From acid-washed to bedazzled, denim jackets were all the rage in the ‘80s. It has made a comeback as casual outerwear that keeps one warm during chilly months but stylish enough to be worn on summer.
Metallics remain trendy in this modern age. But from shimmery materials, this trend is used more sparingly, most popularly as accent.
The wild graphic abandon to which the ‘80s were best known returns on t-shirts of today’s younger generation. SM Youth offers white shirts in graphic stripes, plain black tees and vintage-washed shirts stamped with pop culture icon Mickey Mouse himself; an ostentatiously orange T-shirt bears rough illustrations of fast food; the classic military in soft pastels; and handwritten typography expresses youth slang in single-word statement shirts.