If you pay any attention to the fashion industry, you may have noticed that 1980’s style is coming back. Actually, ’80s trends have been making their way back for a few months now, but this is set to be their big comeback year, which sounds, admittedly, kind of terrifying. I don’t know about you, but when I think about the ’80s, I think of big hair with lots of hairspray, comically huge shoulder pads, neon Spandex, and the kind of bulky power suit that makes you wonder where the hell trends come from. Imagining those items in today’s world just doesn’t seem to fit. Is it even possible to wear ’80s trends without looking like we’re in a Halloween costume?
Of course it is! We’ve done it with the most unlikely of ’90s and early 2000’s trends, as well as so many other decades, and we’ll do it now too. ’80s fashion can definitely be fun and bold and loud, but it’s also possible to make it look more chic and understated when you add a modern twist. The key is to take one trend and incorporate it into your look rather than putting a whole bunch of trends together at once, which can be overwhelming. The outfits below each have a specific trend that give them more of an ’80s vibe – animal print, shoulder pads, denim jackets, mom jeans, bold color, destroyed denim, etc. And hey, don’t get too caught up in this stuff – as always, have fun with your look and wear what feels good for you. A little inspiration doesn’t hurt, though, so here are a few style tips on how to wear ’80s inspired fashion without looking ridiculous:
animal print, power suits, big denim jackets, drop crotch pants, fanny packs, faux fur, metallics, mom jeans, lots of color, blazers, neon, shoulder pads, ruffles, ripped jeans, cuffed jeans, loafers, crop tops, big turtlenecks,
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