Take a look at your mom’s or grandma’s wardrobe before looking for trendy outfits for this year’s megacity. Even more stylish and vintage versions are likely to be found. Here is some mention that which fulfil your desire.
MEDIUM LENGTH JEANS SKIRT Knee-length, maybe a little shorter or a little longer, but the mini is indistinguishable. With open stitching, “boiled” denim material, various embellishments, and additional embellishments such as cutouts, i.e. our mothers loved to wear. The 1980s, the models of the year, will be the trend this year. On cold days, such skirts can be paired with thick sweaters, tights and boots, just like the Isabel Marant catalogue.
SABO: Seeing the positive reviews on social media after the Bottega Veneta fashion pole, the brand’s sabo shoes are likely to become a superhit next season. Instead of focusing on one brand, look for alternatives to vintage sabos or second-hand stores in your mom’s closet.
T-SHIRT WITH PATTERN VOICE: Strange, abstractly patterned T-shirts, which a few years ago were considered the most unsightly, are back in the woods. I’m sure your mom or grandma has a shirt left in her closet. Wear this shirt with a jacket or a leather jacket.
WAIST T-SHIRT: Waist versions are becoming a trend instead of oversized shirts. Like in the 1990s, the new collection is available from The Row, Nanushka, Bevza, Peter Do and more affordable Arket brands. When paired with it, also style it with casual straight jeans or trousers according to the aesthetics of the time.
Kneed length straight skirt: If your mom worked in the office in the 2000s and 2010s, she probably has a couple of business skirts. Wear knee-length, back-to-back, straight, slim skirts paired with a knit vest, waist-high shirt, and cardigan.