Retro fashion trends that made comeback in 21st century
Retro fashion trends that made comeback in 21st century
Ravneet Kaur
Retro fashion trends that made comeback in 21st century
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Retro fashion trends that made comeback in 21st century

New Delhi: Fashion is everything with a touch of creativity and glamour. Recreation and comeback are very common in the 21st century. The film industry is the biggest example and now the retro fashion is joining it with full grace. Let's discover some of the fashion trends which were actually introduced a way before.

Puffy Sleeves

Puffy Sleeves: Fashion for puffy sleeves are getting famous in the market and adopted by many actresses like Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma and many more. Do you actually know that they were introduced in the mid 1890s. This has comeback with more elegance and grace this time. They can be worn with high waisted jeans and skirts. Puffy sleeves can be now seen in denim jackets and courts too.

Bum Bags

Bum Bags: Bum Bags, also known as fanny bags by Americans, have a variety of names like waist bag, belly bag, hip sack, buffalo pouch and butt pack. These bags are easy to wear around the waist or on one shoulder to carry small valuable things in it like mobile phones, cards, cash etc. They are mostly liked by youth nowadays but originally introduced in 1962, whose credit goes to Australian Melba Stone. They became famous in the 80s and 90s but fell out of fashion in 2000.

Bell Bottom

Bell Bottom: These pants were introduced in the 1960s and 1970s. They were originally created for workers who worked on boats since the 17th century. Bell bottom has come back with high demand among young girls, which is not only worn in festivals or on special days but also in day to day lifestyle. These pants mostly come in denim looks but can also be seen in different colours, which give a beautiful retro look with high heels and dotted shirts.

Silk Scarves

Silk Scarves: Scarves are mostly famous from Italian fashion industry but the actual invention was done by French fashion empire Hermes, which designed ready-to-wear graphic silk scarves in 1837. That same year, the fashion industry in Europe and America embraced scarves after Queen Victoria sat on her throne and popularised gorgeous silk cravats with stunning graphic print. In 50s, scarf was very common and nowadays too but not only on head but also for top, skirts and bikini.

Chunky Sneakers

Chunky Sneakers: Chunky sneakers are the most unexpected comeback. They are also known as dad shoes and look like bulky footwears. Many famous brands like Gucci and Balenciaga introduced them back in the market . They were in huge demands in the 20th century in America and are unisex.

Everything is evergreen if you love it, so wear what makes you happy.