Here's How '80s Style Looks on Celebrities, Royals, and Anna Wintour

What comes to mind when you think of ’80s style depends on a number of factors. When were you born? Who do you consider to be a cultural icon? Are you a bit of a magpie? These responses can lead you down a number of different ’80s style paths. So in case you don’t have all the answers at the ready, consider the below to be a reminder of why fall 2018’s favorite throwback is so widely appealing.

From royalty—both of England and of rock ’n’ roll—to supermodels to Anna Wintour, the images ahead showcase a number of ’80s outfits and trends. In case you're on board with what these style stars (both past and present) have to offer, we shopped out similar pieces, too.

Scroll on for a trip down memory lane as well as a few fall outfit ideas.

Princess Diana, 1982

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There's something extra-festive about a party dress with a dramatic, asymmetric silhouette that doesn't go easy on the ruffles.

Diana Ross, 1982

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Statement-making leopard print, ever heard of it?

Anna Wintour, 1988

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Wintour clearly approved of adding a fanciful touch of feathers then. We assume she'd be on board today, as well.

Brooke Shields, 1982

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A little bit country, a lot of layering classics.

Joan Jett, 1987

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The look is made even more dramatic with a head-to-toe commitment to sleek leather pieces.

Sarah Jessica Parker, 1987

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Before she was known for bold shoe choices, SJP opted for a different can't-miss-me accessory.

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, 1980

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It's all about a strong shoulder.

Sade, 1984

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Polka dots can be powerful, pretty, and polished all at once. 

Jerry Hall, 1986

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For a small dose of '80s style, consider Hall's approach to accessorizing.

Vanessa Williams, 1988

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There are tons of blazer looks that define the era, but the blazer dress feels very au courant.