Inspired women's 80s outfits is back by fall winter 2019 fashion trends
COVER STORY / 2019-09-09
Fall-winter 2019 fashion trends remain as lavish as the SS’19 trends. Basically, 2019 has been a great year in fashion. From the grandeur of the French styles to the punk spirit that can be seen on major fall 2019 runways, there is a plethora of femme rebel inspired silhouettes and trends. We have rounded up the biggest late women’s 80s outfits fashion trends list inspired by the 1980s, which are changing the fashion landscape this fall/winter. Top designers like Fendi, Louis Vuitton, and Givenchy are bringing back blasts from the past in the form of biker shorts, puffy sleeves, and more. Fashion bloggers, magazine editors and celebs are also embracing these old-school styles and it looks like there is something for everyone to share the retro-inspired trends. Ofcourse, there’s a touch of a fresh modern spin to all these trends. Scroll to see if 80s fashion is coming back!
RACHEL COMEY Barter Boat Neck Acid Wash Denim Top
All that glitters may not be gold, but it sure is in fashion this year! This winter’s obsession is The ‘Women’s 80s outfits fashion inspired trends à la palace glitter and shimmer. Last year we saw bizarre trends like glitter eyebrows, hair spray and even glitter boobs! Coachella valley could be the culprit for these 80s fashion trends but the fall-winter glitter is all about wearability and style. The rising disco fever was seen on the runways of all four major fashion cities, beginning with New York, by designers like Kate Space and Tom Ford.
RETROFETE Gabrielle Robe Sequin Mini Dress
RETROFÊTE Gabrielle Rainbow Striped Robe Sequin Mini Dress
PRABAL GURUNG V-neck Sequin Wrap Crepe Midi Dress
ALICE MCCALL One World Striped Lurex Mermaid Midi Skirt
2. Shoulder Pads and Puffs
A pure eighties trend: super sized shoulders. The upcoming season is all set to witness raised, statement-making puffed sleeves. Fashion houses like Saint Laurent and Fendi have incorporated it into their fall-winter 2019-20 pieces.
Another 80s classic, the puffed headband is around. Majorly seen in satin, studded, velvet or tartan variations, these vintage-style headpieces sit high up on your head, elevating your look with a retro spin. Unleash your inner Blair Waldorf with a hairband when you’re having a bad hair day.
TIBI Tropical Wool Oversized Drawstring Blazer
TIBI Dexter Menswear Checked Long Blazer
3. Houndstooth print
Androgynous is synonymous to gender fluidity, and together they make a great fashion statement for winter 2019. Other than the silhouettes that define the gender neutrality of an outfit, there are few prints also who have a unisex flair. One such print from the late 80s fashion is the houndstooth print. Majorly seen on the fall-winter 2019 runways, in the form of oversized suits, tweed jackets and overcoats. Houndstooth print has been worn mostly in monochrome tones but this year, feel free to step out of the box and introduce bold shades into the mix. Keep it sleek and go retro!
MSGM Ruffled Houndstooth Trench Coat
4. Leather Jackets
Leather jackets never really left our carts, wishlists and wardrobes, did they? These 1980s wonders have made a strong come back, yet again as they continue to be a strong trend for the upcoming cold season. A short, loose-fitting black leather jacket is a comfortable and super versatile item to own. Cast a spell of elegance and badass on your look with a leather jackets for women this year.
MSGM Snake Skin Patchwork Faux Leather Hoodie Jacket
We all thought bright colors and especially neons are just for summer. But as all doors let loose in the fashion scene in 2019, be ready to brighten up those cold days with the help of a neon knit. Let the fluorescent pullovers and jackets make you standout with contrasting colours such as pinks and reds. If you don’t want to be the boldest in the room, keep it simple with tonal colours. Gentle reminder: monochrome doesn’t mean be all black and white only. You can take things up a notch by wearing all neon also.