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Terry Orwell for Art-Sheep

Fashion always makes circles and big come-backs roam the runways of the world every once in a while. Lately, the 90’s look dominates the trends, with its jean shorts worn over leggings and with Doc Martens boots, chequered flannel shirts and the likes. What if other fashion trends from late 19th century up until mid 20th century were to make a come-back? Would you follow them or would you rather not? Take a look at this list of 7 old fashion trends that could make it today and see if you have a favourite.

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1. Parasols

Lila Lee at the beach, ca. 1920s.
Lila Lee at the beach, ca. 1920s.
Girl in swimsuit under striped umbrella.
Girl in swimsuit under striped umbrella.
1958 Life Magazine.
1958 Life Magazine.

2. Creative bathing suits.

Bathing suits made of wood, Hoquiam, Washington, 1929.
Bathing suits made of wood, Hoquiam, Washington, 1929.
Knit bathing suit by Claire McCardell.
Knit bathing suit by Claire McCardell.
Madeline Castle, 1954.
Madeline Castle, 1954.

3. Full skirts.

1950s Dior.
1950s Dior.
Polka dot dress, 1954.
Polka dot dress, 1954.
Jean Dessès, 1952.
Jean Dessès, 1952.

4. Hats.

 

1890s hat and fur wrap.
1890s hat and fur wrap.
Brigitte Bardot, 1950.
Brigitte Bardot, 1950.
Sara Thorn in January Vogue, 1959.
Sara Thorn in January Vogue, 1959.

5. Flapper dresses.

Alice Joyce.
Alice Joyce.
Barbara Stanwyck.
Barbara Stanwyck.

6. Gloves.

Rita Hayworth.
Rita Hayworth.
Gene Tierney.
Gene Tierney.
Audrey Hepburn.
Audrey Hepburn.

7. Long dresses with matching berets and thin belts.

1930s fashion.
1930s fashion.

 

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