Vintage Hairstyles: trendsetters of today’s Fashion

Hair is one of the important parts of your body. Whether it’s a party or a farewell or say wedding reception, we all know how to style our hair according to the outfits we wear. Vintage look can never fade away. No matter how much we tend to adapt ourselves to the modern-day style-statement, at times we do giggle over the classy looks, retro hairstyles, and 90s outfits. We even wish to fit in those age-old outfits that are best paired with retro hairstyles and makeup. The comeback of retro hairstyles defines that we still hold a soft corner for 90s fashion. The hairstyles returned with a bang and are going to leave you in awe. So am gonna tell you about the retro trends of hairstyles that are back to this era again & also it will really help you guys to know which kind of hairstyles will match according to the dresses y’all wear. Let’s get started!

Soft curls:

This vintage hairstyle dates back to 50s and 60s. Soft curls is a very versatile hairstyle and is a perfect go-to look for those with long and medium length hair. Curl your hair with a heated curling roller and apply hair spray. This will give volume and natural look to the hair. Manage and at the same time enjoy the bounce created by the stylish curls. Soft curls are a perfect vintage hairstyle for parties, photo shoots and weddings. Here are some of the pictures of soft curls.

Asymmetric bob

During the 50s, it was one of the most popular vintage hairstyles for women with short hair. Asymmetric bob came back with a bang and is being adapted by women today. It is suitable for those with silky hair and round or oval facial structures. Professional hair stylists are trying their hands on this vintage hairstyle and are no doubt doing justice to the fashion of the 50s. Some of the hairstyles you must do if you have asymmetric Bob cut!

Quick puff

This is one of the most common retro hairstyles that make us nostalgic anytime. To make a quick puff, simply tease your hair on top to give it a height. Pin it from the back to retain the puff. Puff gives a facelift and impression of height. Small or big, top or side, short or long, this on-the-go retro hairstyle can be done in any form and in any hair length. It is also a hair stylist’s favourite. So let’s see the pictures!

Pixie cut

A favourite amongst those with short hair, Pixie cut came back in fashion to give a look typical to the women of 40s and 50s. It is a short hairstyle generally short on the back and sides of the head and slightly longer on the top and very short bangs. It is a variant of a crop. The name is derived from the mythological Pixie.The short hair adds extra grace to your makeup and outfit. Pin up the short strands with a decorative clip to give a perfect finishing touch to the old-world pixie cut. Here are some of the pictures of pixie cut. Have a look!

Victory Rolls

Victory rolls are a women’s hairstyle that was popular from 1940 to 1945, characterized by voluminous curls of hair that are either on top of the head or frame the face. This beautiful 1940s’ hairstyle is perfect for girls with medium or long length hair. To achieve a victory roll women would use hairspray and various techniques such as backcombing, rolling, pinning, and curling so that rolls would either sit on the top of their head or frame their faces, as a woman with a thinner face could wear her hair in front of her ears so it would look wider. Part the hair and fold into rolls on both sides and tucked with pins securely. The retro hairstyle may be too classy to be paired with office attires, but is ideal for an evening party, friends’ night out or wedding reception. Hera are some of the victory roll hairstyles!

Braids

braid (also referred to as a plait) is a complex structure or pattern formed by interlacing two or more strands of flexible material such as textile yarns, wire, or hair.These have been doing the rounds in the beauty industry for more than decades now. The classic braid is quick to do, easy to carry and gives a simple yet elegant look. Braids have never gone out of style. Hair stylists have only added modern touches like French Braid, Fishtail Braid and Dutch Braid, while keeping the traditional hairstyle intact. Have a look at these pictures!

These vintage hairstyles heighten your beauty and gives you the much desired makeover. Consult your hairstylist before going for a retro hairstyle or haircut to know which suits your face shape.

Retro Fashion trends back in style.

Just like old music, movies, and books coming back into style in the 21 st century, we have seen many fashion trends in the ’60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s coming back in trend in the 21 st century. As tastes change and generations draw inspiration from previous decades, it’s no surprise that some of our current trends are a mixed bag of past decade’s fashion trends. The best part is that you do not have to buy these items new, you can rent them, look through your mom’s wardrobe, or find them in thrift stores. Below, we explore the top 10 most classic fashion trends that have made a comeback.

Mom’s Jeans

Mom jeans are a slang term for high-waisted women’s jeans that were originally fashionable in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In the late 1990s and 2000s, they were mainly worn by middle-aged American women and considered unhip by trendy younger women. Mom jeans then came back in style amongst hipsters and fashionably aware young women in the 2010s.

This style usually consists of a high waist rising above the navel, making the buttocks appear disproportionately longer, larger, and flatter. Mom jeans have excess space in the zipper, crotch and leg areas. The jeans are usually in a solid, light-blue color, with no form of stone washing or fading.

Known for their high waisted, loose-fitting, and tapered around the ankle look, mom jeans were exceptionally popular back in the ’90s and have made a strong comeback in the 21st century with many different ways to style them. Say goodbye to skinny jeans because mom jeans are the new thing. Jeans are usually quite easy to find at thrift stores, which is a great way to reduce waist, and you can pair them with boots or high pumped shoes or sneakers and belts for an off-duty model look. Further mom’s jeans can be styled up with a loose-fitting crop top or a tee or a loose t-shirt or with an oversized sweatshirt or else with high neck tops. There are also a lot of other ways styling your mom’s jeans. The following are some of the latest trends of mom’s jeans which you must attempt.

Chunky Sneakers

Chunky sneakers were a trend that nobody thought would come back into style again. But like they were in the ’80s, these have made a huge comeback, with many designer brands such as Gucci and Balenciaga rocking the chunky sneaker.

Chunky sneakers, bulky footwear, or dad-shoes – the trend comes with many names and in multiple facets. The “chunky” trend is big and it’s contagious, and fashion brands like Balenciaga aren’t just following but defining the trend. 

Sneakers are shoes primarily designed for sports or other forms of physical exercise but that is now also widely used for everyday casual wear. These shoes acquired the nickname ‘plimsoll’ in the 1870s. This style of footwear became prominent in America at the turn of the 20th century, where they were called ‘sneakers’. Sneakers became a fashion statement and were marketed as a significance of identity and personality rather than simply athletic aids. There are slip-on and lace-up styles, skimmers and heels, and bright white and colorful rainbows. Sneakers truly know no limits when it comes to style. Here are some chunky sneakers which you should wear & style it up with your outfits.

Denim

Jeans marked the culture of the last 140 years probably more than we think. They were first working clothes, then symbols of disobedience only to become fashion items. The history of denim and jeans is long and colorful.

Jeans are made of a material called denim or dungaree cloth. They were invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873 and a worn still but in a different context. Jeans are named after the city of Genoa in Italy, a place where cotton corduroy, called either jean or jeane, was manufactured. Indigo dye is a color used for coloring the denim. It is an organic dye with a distinctive blue color. It was manufactured and used in India, from where it got its name, since the ancient times.

Denim was first used for clothes worn by workers because of its high durability. Then it became widely popular in the 1930s when Hollywood started making cowboy movies in which actors wore jeans. Young people started wearing denim in the 1950s as a means of rebellion. Denim crossed from counterculture to fashion in the 1960s and 1970s when manufacturers started to make various styles of jeans. Denim fades in time and gets a worn outlook which is often desired as a fashion detail. 

Denim has a lot to do with fashion. Whether it’s 70s, 80s, 90s, or this decade jeans and ripped jeans have been forever our wardrobe’s lover. Seemingly, ripped jeans appear to be coming back every 5-10 years. In the 80’s, ripped denim was a staple in many of our closets. And no surprises that, ripped denim is once again popular. Seen mostly on ripped jeans and jackets, it is slowly becoming a staple in our closet again. Again, here are some of the styles of ripped denim and jeans which you might want to try. Have a look!

Flared pants or bell bottoms

We all know the 70’s staple, flared pants. And unbeknownst to everybody, they’ve made a comeback in today’s world. We are seeing this silhouette due to the retro style coming back into fashion. Not only are we seeing more and more people rock them at festivals, but also in their everyday life.

Bell-bottoms (or flares) are a style of trousers that become wider from the knees downward, forming a bell-like shape of the trouser leg. In the 1960s, bell-bottoms became fashionable for both men and women in Europe and North America. Often made of denim, they flared out from the bottom of the calf, and had slightly curved hems and a circumference of 18 inches (46 cm) at the bottom of each leg opening. In the 1970s, bell-bottoms moved back into mainstream fashion. Made from denim, bright cotton and satin polyester, they were so popular that they became a symbol of the outlandish and colorful style of the decade.

In 1996, women’s bell-bottoms were reintroduced to the mainstream public, under the name “boot-cut” (or “bootleg” trousers as the flare was slimmer). By 1999, flare jeans had come into vogue among women, which had a wider, more exaggerated flare than boot-cuts. The boot-cut style ended up dominating the fashion world for 10 years. However, boot-cuts and flare jeans never entirely went away, and both of these styles remain relatively popular today both in denim fashion and higher-quality office wear. Bell-bottomed jeans remain popular today among modern Scandinavian youth.

Women’s boot-cut jeans are tighter at the knee than men’s, and flare out from knee to hem. Men’s styles are traditionally straight-legged, although the pants came in a more flared style in the early and mid-2000s, but this was optional. The bell-bottoms of the 1960s and 1970s can be distinguished from the flare or boot-cut of the 1990s and 2000s by the tightness of the fabric at the knee. Bell bottoms or flared jeans or say bootcut trousers have been in fashion trends & it hasn’t completely faded away though skinny jeans came into being. Women still wear bootcut trousers with tees, crop tops, long jackets, etc. There are many ways to style bootcut trousers or flared pants & here are some of the looks.

Bike shorts

Bike shorts are pegged as one of spring’s biggest trends, and I will tell you how to style bike shorts, where to buy bike shorts, and much moreBut before, we should know what is bike shorts and how vastly it was popular in the past decades.

Historically, cycling shorts were made of knit black wool, which hides wear marks caused by sitting on an oiled leather saddle for extended periods of time, with a chamois leather padding inside the shorts in the crotch area, which reduces chafing from the bicycle saddle. Cycling shorts (also known as bike shortsbicycling shortschamoisknicks, or spats or thigh cling shorts) are short, skin-tight legwear designed to improve comfort and efficiency while cycling.

The cycling short is a relatively simple and sporty garment, the lycra athletic garment has a lengthy past with a bright and versatile future. From the catwalks to the treadmill, the cycling short is one of the prominent key garments to enter the conversation of Spring 2019. Originally, the riders would wear their everyday garments, providing a challenge for women at the time-restricted within their highly gathered and elaborate outfits. As bicycles became widely available, specialized garments became more commonplace. 

In the mid-1990s, women-specific cycling shorts became widely available in an array of cuts and sizes. At the same time, the cycling short began to transition into the lives of the public, rather than simply athletes. The Late Princess Diana of Wales revolutionized the versatility of the cycling short. Often photographed in her colorful spandex and oversized sweatshirts, Diana sparked the transition from activewear into the daily wardrobe. Over twenty years later, one can draw direct lines between Diana’s fashion legacy and the looks lining the streets and catwalks of today. Some of the bike shorts styles are here below.

Bum bags

 A small pouch attached to a belt that is worn on the outside of clothing around the waist and used for holding small personal items. Bum bags are a hands-free accessory that used to be incredibly popular in the ’80s and even ’90s. Though they fell out of fashion in the 2000’s, we are seeing bum bags becoming more and more popular today. Not only are they convenient and easy to carry, but they are also becoming a staple in the fashion industry. You can find designer ones at thrift stores or rent it online from sites like The Volte to stand out for a specific event, such as the famous Gucci bum bag.  

Historically, the bag was positioned in front of the body, so people could protect themselves from bandits. Bags attached to belts have been in use since antiquity in many cultures. The modern version made from synthetic materials came into use in the 1980s and they were especially in vogue in the 1990s, but gradually their use fell into decline in the 2000s. In July 2018, The Boston Globe reported that fanny packs are back in vogue with new packs introduced by fashion designers Gucci, Prada & Louis Vuitton.

 As of 2020, fanny packs were still popular. Unlike handbags, they do not have to be carried, and unlike backpacks, they do not put undue strain on the back. Often referred to as “waist bags”, they tend to be worn “cross body” rather than around the waist. Fashion houses such as Chanel & Gucci are at the forefront of the trend. Here are some of the pictures of bum bags.

Trends tend to come in and out of popularity every few seasons. However, like many of us, it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with trends without breaking the bank. By simply utilising online renting clothing stores, sustainable brands or searching through a relative’s wardrobe for repurposing, you can fulfil your fashion goals without having to break the bank.

SAREE : Indian ethnic Fashion

Well, India is well-known for its ethnic fashion. Speaking about the ethnicity Indians don’t lag behind to showcase their ethnic style. Today, I will tell you about Saree, one of the most popular and oldest form of clothing, and its vast influence in all over the province.

Saree is worn in every corner of our country and yet surprisingly the western world is unaware of this great significance behind this piece of women clothing. Saree is one of the most graceful & unique piece of clothing. Currently, sarees are draped in many ways to look more stylish & extraordinary.

What is Saree?

A saree is a piece of cloth between 5 and 9 meters. It is worn traditionally by all Indian women — and has a great cultural significance. Said to be one of the most refined dress of women, it elegantly covers the woman’s entire body by showing genuine curves in the most dignified way. No other dress is as competent as the saree. A woman in India looks wholly complete when draped in a saree, and equipped with beautiful ornaments and a shimmering bindi on the center of her forehead.

Goddesses in Indian religions have been adorned with sarees. In fact, sarees are even considered as a sacrificial offering to many goddesses. Yes, sarees are also used for rituals and ceremonies in many festivals. Talking about one of the most famous and celebrated Durga puja, the goddess Durga is ornated with different types of Sarees & equipped with lots of heavy jewelry. Saree inevitably plays an incredible role when it shows up for ritual ceremonies or rites.

The real significance of the saree lies in the management of such a huge piece of cloth in an ethical way. Sarees are usually linked with the managing abilities of a woman, just like how she manages so many important or nominal chores in a perfect fashion while being at it. Women look most refined, polished, alluring, and elegant while performing their chores while at the same time, creating a harmony wherever they are. Nowadays, the meaning of saree has been changed as it is more related to showing skin than concealing a woman’s body. Earlier it was worn to hide the waist but now screening the waistline has become important to look gorgeous. The lady is considered as more dazzling and stunning when she wears the saree in such a fashion.

In India, pallav (a part of the saree) is drawn on the head to pay due respect to the elders or while attending ceremonies. Even today, in the interior parts of India, it is mandatory for a lady to cover her face, so that no other person except her husband can have a glimpse of her beauty.

India hasn’t been immune to the western influence & culture. It would not be wrong to state that western dresses have indeed penetrated into the Indian culture to a huge expanse. However, the importance of the saree cannot be refuted as it is matchless. With the transformation of time, many Indian women have followed western trends and they wear jeans, capris, and skirts on a regular basis. But when it comes to cultural festivals, sarees are the way to take off. Women can beat the western style when it comes to saree.

Nowadays, many fashion influencers, fashion designers are doing lots of work on sarees to provide a new interest. Now sarees are being worn with western clothes with different modes. Here are some of the photos I would like to show you guys.

These were some of the saree styles which are on a trend presently. Also if you really want to see more of saree draping styles you can watch it on YouTube or Pinterest or you can google it ofc. Now, sarees are one of the best clothing or outfit which is really comfortable & affluent to wear. Whether it’s a cotton saree or a silk saree, it also depends on how you carry the attire & make yourself look remarkable.

Here are a few suggestions of the type of sarees you should consider wearing:

Cotton sarees are the most comfortable ones and are worn by ladies in summers.

When it is worn by working ladies with crisp starch, they magnify its classiness to the zenith level.

Silk sarees can be easily draped because of its soft fabric but Banarsi sarees are little difficult because of their massive stuff.

• While getting married in India, every lady is definitely blessed with at least one Banarsi Saree as it is considered as auspicious. Its beauty lies in the sparkling glitters equipped with silver or golden carving of borders.

Remember, sarees have a beautiful history behind them. If you’re thinking of wearing one, the benefits are many — but it’s not easy. Sarees do take a little extra time to be draped but it has a matchless comparison when it comes to beauty, as they are the replica of the rich Indian heritage.

Fa$hiOn : mode & evolution

Fashion is quite a subjective content. What one may feel vogue, the other may view it with no interest. Every year fashion designers and design houses come up with emerging trends after spending substantial time on forecasting. Yet, it is no guarantee that the entire bunch becomes successful as a global sensation. Then, how does one understand the nature of fashion? It is best understood by the life cycle that makes or breaks a trend.

Fashion gives birth to a number of modes and trends. Although fashion never sticks to only one style or trend, it evolves from time to time. The world is developing so are we and the custom.

Fashion cycle simply means the way in which fashion changes. It is usually represented by a bell-shaped curve that comprises of five stages,

1.      Introduction

2.      Rise

3.      Peak

4.      Decline

5.      Rejection

The Brief History of Fashion Trends.

Fashion is essentially the most popular mode of expression: It describes the ever-changing style of clothes worn by those with cultural status. A fashion trend occurs when others mimic or impersonate this clothing style. Fashions vary greatly within a society over time, but also are affected by age, occupation, sexual orientation, location, and social class. Today, a fashion trend starts with fashion designers, who design a spring and fall collection based on information and inspiration they’ve gathered throughout the season. These cues can include popular culture, celebrities, music, politics, nature, or something else solely.

At spring and fall runway shows, fashion designers showcase their designs to photographers, writers, buyers, and celebrities. The photos and fashion emphasizes the writers and photographers elicit as well as the purchasing action taken by retail buyers and fashion-forward celebrities influence the way in which the mass population receives the designer’s chore. Other designers draw their inspiration from these fashion designers and create affordable designs for the mass market. The fashion trend then continues in malls, shopping centers and boutiques around the vicinity. Some trends start in one country and cut across multiple countries, while others remain confined to one province. These trending styles then remain for the next 3-4 years and then another trend walks in. All over the world, the fashion designers work on their styling modes & give us again the thrill of wearing those new clothes.

Fashion trends 1960 – present

Fashion in the 1960s reflected the cultural and political revolution of the time. The hippie and counterculture movement gave rise to accessories like Pocahontas-style headbands and medallions worn around the neck. Hippies wore long, loosely fitting clothing, often in natural fabrics. Hemlines rose as Mary Quant popularized the miniskirt and hot pants in her lines for JC Penney. And mod fashion, with brightly colored space-age geometric patterns, shift dresses and colored tights became the mainstream. Both miniskirts and mod-shift dresses were worn with knee-high go-go boots. The 1960s were also influenced by the development of synthetic yarns, which gave way to fabrics like polyester, spandex, and lycra, all of which are still used today.

60’s fashion style.

During the 1970s, the loose-fitting hippie clothes of the prior decade gave way to exotic fabrics and bell-bottom jeans for men and women. Hemlines continued to rise and hot pants continued their popularity, reflecting the flashy style of the decade. However, the 1970s also saw the popularity of a longer hemline, from mid-calf to ankle-length. Women wore peasant-style clothing, especially blouses with off-the-shoulder necklines and lace trim, with their jeans or skirts. Embroidered clothing became especially popular with this trend. Disco fashion emerged, featuring bright patterns and tightly fitting clothing meant to show off the body. Platform shoes elevated their wearer, male or female, anywhere from two to four inches or more.

The Platform shoes.
Peasant blouse.
Embroidered clothing with necklines and lace trims.
Bell bottom and skirts.
Colored bell-bottom pants.
Bell bottom jeans with stylish tops.

The 1980s saw another fashion upheaval. Angst-ridden punks wore Dr. Marten and steel-toed army boots, chains, tartan patterns, and bondage pants. Punks focused more on their hair during this period, dying, teasing and chopping their hair into asymmetric styles that seemed to defy gravity. Women—and men—experimented with heavy eyeliner in a variety of colors. Women wore neon colors, jelly shoes, tight jeans, leggings, leg warmers and oversized sweatshirts. Menswear-inspired looks also became popular for both sexes. Men wore ‘power suits,’ named so for their price, which made these suits a reflection of the wealth of the wearer. Women’s jackets featured big shoulder pads that made the shoulders appear higher and larger, similar to the male silhouette.

Miniskirts were made in denim, leather and knit fabrics and were often worn over leggings. The movie Flashdance popularized dancewear, ripped sweatshirts and leg warmers for daywear. And entertainer Madonna made exposed undergarments, fishnet stockings, gloves, and layers of beaded necklaces in vogue. Accessories for women were large, gaudy and brightly colored. It became socially acceptable for cosmopolitan women to showcase their wealth through the value of their jewelry. Glasses and sunglasses with large, plastic frames were worn by both sexes.

Other fashion trends included acid-washed jeans or parachute pants, jean jackets, polo shirts with the collar up, high-top shoes, and baggy blazers with the sleeves rolled up. And throughout the 1980s, athletic shoes became increasingly prized, rising in price as well as popularity.

The 80s hairstyles.
Jelly shoes.
The 80s “Power suit”

1990’s fashion was far more subdued than the garish, wild styles of the 1980s. Bands like Nirvana influenced the grunge look, which featured rock-concert tee shirts under plaid flannel shirts, jeans and long, greasy hair. Overalls were worn by both sexes, either with one or both shoulder straps unhooked. The punk style of the 1870s and 1980s evolved into the goth fashion trend, which featured black clothing, black boots and studded bracelets in the style of bands like Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson.

The neon colors of the 1980s gave way to hypercolor clothing, which changed colors according to the temperature. And the big hair so omnipresent in the 1980s completely changed a decade later, with long, straight hair achieving mass popularity. Women wore spaghetti-strap slip dresses over tee shirts as well as babydoll dresses, especially with thigh-high stockings. Navel piercings became popular with women, which coincided with the emergence of belly shirts that exposed the midriff. Chunky platform shoes were all the rage, with layers of rubber soles that made the wearer look taller. Jeans became baggier as hip-hop emerged onto the music scene, often in brightly dyed colors like red or green. And men began to sag their pants, wearing their pants baggy and below the hips or rear.

The Spaghetti strap slip dress.
Chunky platform shoes.
The 90’s hairstyle.

At the start of the 21st century, individuality again resurfaced. Technology like cell phones and MP3 players became more commonplace, regardless of socioeconomic status. Pop culture is marked by ever-changing nostalgia for fashion trends from decades past, but all of these individual trends seem to coexist. Pieces of fashion from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s continue on through the 2000s, especially in the punk and rockabilly community.

Fashion has been and continues to be a reflection of society and current events. Fashion trends are influenced by popular figures in culture like celebrities, musicians, and other high-profile individuals. Current fashion trends are often cyclical, taking cues from decades past and reworking them to fit within modern tastes. Clothing styles that were snubbed a decade ago are now enjoying a resurgence in popularity.

Just like disco fashion inspired the punk movement, mainstream trends continue to coexist with underground fashion trends. And trend forecasting is now a profession; high-profile designers, writers, and photographers rely on these tastemakers to predict the next popular style, but this is no exact science. Even these trend forecasters, however, rely on some degree of instinct. And modern fashion trends are less widespread and universal than they were in decades past. Today, individuality has come into vogue.

The PERFECT outfit for Summer.

Corona has ruined the summer of 2020. However, it has not curtailed us from wearing and styling great outfits, right? Well, we know what type of clothes are best and comfortable to whip the summer’s tormenting heat. Today am gonna tell you or recommend you what are the best outfits to beat the heat. Here we go!

An open-back dress and a little straw bag. So this a perfect outfit to go out for shopping or a lunch date. Also, you can have numerous hairstyles for this outfit by doing a bun or a ponytail or a plait or say a knot.✨
A wispy blouse and a slip skirt. This is a wonderful outfit to go for a long drive or for a cocktail party🍹. You can also style it up by a clutch purse. Moreover, you can wear a tank top or a crop top with the midi skirt to make your look more extraordinary. Oh, don’t forget to put up your sunglasses!
Classic blue denim, a white tee, and a colored blazer. This one is one of my favorite outfits. Streetwear outfits are so damn good. This outfit can be worn on many occasions. You can also wear a tank top or an off-shoulder top with the denim. You can complete the look by wearing sneakers, high raised pump shoes, etc.⭐
A simple tank and cargo pants. Cargo pants are my love. This outfit is so cool and casual. You can also wear a haltered neck crop top or a plain tee to give it a shot. You can pair up with sneakers, sport shoes or stilettoes.💯
A simple tank and a pencil skirt. Pencil skirt is everyone’s favorite. Pencil skirt can be worn with t-shirts, tees, crop tops, or with an off shoulder top. You can also wear this pencil skirt as your dress (you can see my previous post I uploaded). That is also a great style to beat the summer ☀️.
A voluminous mini dress and pumps. A classic style for outdoors is this outfit. This style is so chic & stylish that anyone would love to wear.💃You can also wear high raised sneakers or wedges or flat pumps. Further, you can style it up with a messy hair bun or high bun to look smarter.
Silk pyjamas and grown-up heels. Okay, so this is one of the most comfortable outfits you will like to wear in this hot weather. You can wear this pyjama with so many tees, oversized t-shirts, etc. Also about the shirt, you can wear this by tugging with high waist shorts or with denim and pair it up with shoes or sneakers. 😉
White on white on white. Oh gosh, this look and the outfit!! Well, probably my favorite look to peek at. You can also wear a white t-shirt or an oversized tee with the trousers. Even you can wear shorts or high waist jeans or bootcut trousers with this shirt to make your look more interesting and comfy. And don’t forget to put the sunglasses.🕶
Slip dresses will always be in style. Take a bold, colorful piece out for a spin today and pair it with some strappy flat sandals. Slip dresses are fun to wear. You can even wear an oversized blazer over the dress & you are ready to go!☀
The ‘going out top’ has seen an epic revival this year. Pair a silky wrap top with jeans, denim shorts, or a denim skirt. Style it off with shoes or heels to make your look extraordinary.🌈
When the weather heats up, the mini-skirts come out. Instead of your go-to denim skirt, try one with a visible texture and pair it with a simple tee. Oh, and don’t forget to click pictures.📷
Don’t underestimate the power of a good crop top. Find a length that works for you and pair it with some frayed hem jeans. Also you can wear sneakers, sport shoes or pumps to complete the look. 👠
Pairing bike shorts with a short-sleeved button-up and chunky sneakers are the perfect way to bring the trend out of the gym. Knot your hair and you may look more striking. 🍓
A structured floral dress can work for any occasion, with the right accessories. Floral dresses are best to wear. It can be worn with sneakers, high heels, etc. Pull up your sleeves and make your look stylish. If you can then pair it up with a denim jacket or a long lengthed shrug. 🍒

So these are some of my favorite outfits that can beat the summer 2020. Also, I have taken these pictures from Harper’s Bazaar Australia SUMMER CHIC OUTFITS 2020 (www.harpersbazaar.com.australia) & also from http://www.whowhatwear.com. If you want to go for more outfit ideas then you can search on those above webpages. If you like the post please give it a like & comment which outfit you liked the most & Follow me for more ideas. Love y’all.❤

THE ETHNIC FASHION.

Summer or Winter LOVER??

People often ask me whether I am a summer lover or a winter lover. Well, every person has different tastes for different types of seasons. I really enjoy the winter season. Winter is so much fun. I think winter has so much to do with fashion. Oh God, I simply love winter fashion. You know I honestly love following certain Instagram pages that talks about fashion and how to style up according to different type of seasons. And, it’s not that I don’t like the summer season, you know I love the outfits of summer, it’s so comfy. Talking about winter fashion I must say that I mostly love women wearing long coats with high heels, it looks so elegant. Also, I even like the look of women wearing long sweatshirt with high waist shorts or jeans or trousers, pairing up with boots or sneakers. The fun fact is my mom has a red long coat which I always wanted to wear it and my mom didn’t even permit me until there was a party in the club and I chose to wear it. I am saying you, she was startled as the coat was oversized to me. But I just let go of whatever she said and I confidently wore it and went to the club. I really didn’t care what people would say to me. I love the way how men and women can carry the winter outfits basically the street style outfits.

Well if you really wish to follow some Instagram pages related to fashion, styling, trendy outfits, here are some of them:

1.ootdmagazine 2.minimalstreetstyle 3.street_style_paris 4.modeblogg

The LONG OVERSIZED COAT. #winter2020

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