13 Trends We Wish Would Make A Comeback
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Not every bygone trend is best left to the history books. See what styles the Who What Wear editors hope come back in fashion.
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Kate Moss may disparage the twin set, but we’re bummed that we missed the decade of maximal match-matchiness.
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Scarves Tied Around Handbags
Silk neck scarves are poised to be one of spring's hottest trends. Why not take things a step farther and tie one around the handle of your bag a la a '50s socialite?
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Fabulousness in hat form.
Pictured: Elizabeth Taylor
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Real or faux, a few strands of pearls wrapped delicately around the neck are the essence of chic. See: Princess Diana, Grace Kelly.
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A far cry from its hipster cousin, the snug silhouette speaks more to country clubs and croquette than Coachella and banjos.
Pictured: C.Z. Guest
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Jaunty. French. An easy solution to a bad hair day. What’s not to love?
Pictured: Faye Dunaway
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We’re fans of anything you don’t have to unbutton after a big meal.
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If they were good enough for Jim Morrison, they’re good enough for us.
Pictured: Jill St. John
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Christian Lacroix pumped up the volume to maximum capacity in the ‘80s and early ‘90s. We think it’s time for a repeat performance.
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Rubber Bracelet Stacks
We have Madonna to thank for so many ‘80s trends, but this tough, vaguely punk look is hands down our fave.
Pictured: Her Madgesty, obviously.
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They’re the thinking woman’s alternative to cleavage. And since off-the-shoulder dresses made a splash last season, we’re hoping tops aren’t far behind.
Pictured: Lisa Bonet
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Tights With A Sense Of Humor
In light of Jeremy Scott’s kitchy F/W 14 collection for Moschino, Chloe Sevigny’s tiger-print tights feel totally fresh and relevent.
Pictured: Chloe Sevigny
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In fashion, as in life, it’s the little things that often make the biggest impact. Also, they’re adorable.