Not every bygone trend is best left to the history books. See what styles the Who What Wear editors hope come back in fashion.
Kate Moss may disparage the twin set, but we’re bummed that we missed the decade of maximal match-matchiness.
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?
Fabulousness in hat form.
Pictured: Elizabeth Taylor
Real or faux, a few strands of pearls wrapped delicately around the neck are the essence of chic. See: Princess Diana, Grace Kelly.
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
Jaunty. French. An easy solution to a bad hair day. What’s not to love?
Pictured: Faye Dunaway
We’re fans of anything you don’t have to unbutton after a big meal.
If they were good enough for Jim Morrison, they’re good enough for us.
Pictured: Jill St. John
Christian Lacroix pumped up the volume to maximum capacity in the ‘80s and early ‘90s. We think it’s time for a repeat performance.
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.
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
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
In fashion, as in life, it’s the little things that often make the biggest impact. Also, they’re adorable.