Fashion really is cyclical, as we see with this trend that looks like it’s straight out of the 60s. From dizzying designs that look a little psychedelic to graphic shift dresses, this look is bold and colorful with a dash of nostalgia. But of course, every time a new style reinterprets another one from the past, it takes on its own flavor, and not always a good one.
Some fashion enthusiasts are calling this trend “neo-psychedelic,” as it’s a modern take on the psychedelic fashion of the ’60s and ’70s. The trend features bold colors, trippy prints, and playful patterns, and it’s making a comeback in a big way.
Skin is in again, it seems, so clothes are now being fashioned with cleverly-placed cutouts. Think dresses with bare shoulders or blazers with a cut that exposes your waist. Even jeans and jumpsuits are being taken over by this trend that's not only subversive but also strange.
The cutout trend has gone beyond the usual places with more daring pieces featuring cutouts in unconventional places like the sides of pants or even on the chest. This trend is about showing some skin unexpectedly and adding a touch of edginess to an outfit. While it may not be for everyone, cutouts can add an interesting element to an otherwise plain garment.
If you like the fashion from the 1920s, you'll love the newest trend, aptly termed 'regency core.' This style embraces blouses with peter pan collars and pearls, frilly skirts, and just a more modern approach to Victorian fashion. The look is meant to be polished and meant to look a little quirky but if you ask us, it's actually just a little bit weird.
The "regency core" trend has become popular thanks to the hit Netflix series "Bridgerton," which is set in the regency era. The trend takes inspiration from the show's costumes but modernizes them with current fashion trends.
Today's runways are full of oversized, fleece-lined sweatpants that look super comfortable but also out of place as they're often paired with high heels or other pieces of formalwear. There seem to be many different styles of sweats out there, though, from knitted flares and flowy culottes, but these seem to be here to stay, mostly thanks to the new normal of remote work setups. Despite their casual appearance, they're often paired with formalwear or high heels for a relaxed yet polished look.
Additionally, some designers have taken the sweatpants trend to the next level by adding luxurious fabrics, intricate details, and bold prints, making them suitable for more upscale events. It seems that comfort is becoming a top priority in fashion, and sweatpants are leading the charge.
If anyone has ever found themselves between styles and unintentionally pairing random items of clothing, they could be considered a hipster, like wearing a fedora hat with flannels or maybe a vintage leather jacket with brightly colored trousers. At its most universal, hipster fashion is about intentionally dressing in a gaudy or ironic manner that mixes different styles to look like you couldn't care at all how you look when you actually do.
Hipster fashion is often associated with vintage and retro styles, with a focus on sustainability and ethical clothing production. It's all about looking effortlessly cool and unique, with an emphasis on individuality and creativity.