7 Things You’ll Regret Tossing
When editing your wardrobe each season, it can be tempting to purge it of “trendy” pieces that you may be tired of wearing or that may not feel as fresh as they did last year. But history has ultimately shown that the most significant trends will likely return. Don’t fall a victim.
This can be dated back to the Victorian era when they were paired with lace, frills and hooped hems. We are now seeing some really exciting versions of this style, particularly in reworked button-down shirting.
We are finally seeing the comeback of the ’90s slip dress. As a newer trend with less history, we have been able to play with such a wide range of outfit formulas. There is still so much we can do with this piece. Tossing this trend is a no no.
Originally made popular by Levi’s, this trend has made an appearance in every decade from Marilyn Monroe and an early Winona Ryder to Rihanna. Their high-waisted nature is so flattering on the bum they are the ultra ‘cool-girl’ staple.
Platform shoes were originally established in the ’40s but really didn’t become popularised until the ’70s. They are such a fun way to play with height without the pain of a stiletto.
Sheer is another trend we don’t believe our fashion history has completely fleshed out. While the 1993 photographs of Kate Moss in a sheer slip dress will never be forgotten, recently it seems the industry has gotten really creative in its uses of the fabric, from strategically placed mesh inserts in athleisure to sheer red carpet dresses with embellishment. Toss the idea of tossing it
“There has always been a version of the statement earring trend throughout history, and there always will be. A great example of this revival is the major ’60s-era icon, Twiggy. Costume or fine, statement earrings are the only piece of jewelry you need right now.
Introduced in the ’40s, this is when women were getting really fearless in straying from dress and skirt pieces and wearing something that was actually comfortable! Get that tossing idea of your to-do list.