*Often as we travel through the years we see revivals of a variety of fashions and styles...... I'm yet to see a revival of stripey tights and denim shorts thankfully, (I think I was about 11/12 years old when I was rocking this style) - clearly there are some things best left in the past!
One of my favourite trends that continues to be very popular is the 50's rockabilly style. I absolutely adore all the bold patterns and big skirts there is something about this that screams fun and would make perfect outfits for weddings and summer parties.
I also continue to see alot of the cold shoulder tops and dresses dominating the high street, it took me a while to get into this trend I have to confess but now I love this style and have several tops and dresses with a cold shoulder. I think this could be a trend that is going to be around for a while, it certainly seems to be popular.
One of the fashion styles I also really like are tea dresses - think florals, ditsy prints and war time influenced trends (pencil skirts, shirts etc). All look absolutely gorgeous teamed with knee high boots, stilettos or flats. I find tea dresses the ultimate dress you can tailor to any occasion, they are certainly a staple in my wardrobe.
Trousers, everyone needs a good pair of trousers in their wardrobe of course. Whether you prefer the tailored look, skinny, patterned or boot cut there is a style for everyone. Myself, I prefer a legging or jegging or a skinny trouser, I used to wear alot of boot cut but that was years ago and nowadays prefer to stick to a tighter fit so I can wear boots over the top as opposed to underneath. If you have no idea what I'm going on about regarding styles head on over to Chums for more of an idea.
Finally, the LBD. Is there anything more elegant or classic than a little black dress. I don't know of anyone who doesn't have one in their wardrobe, it's a capsule piece. I know I have about 10 different LBD's in my collection, probably a tad OTT but you can never have too many.....right?
I really do love fashion and I often wonder what styles we will see come back around. To support this post I've added this great infographic with a bit more information about timeless trends, have a read!