Age is just a number

Age is just a number

It's rarely advisable to look back, except when it comes to clothing styles. Looking back at how fashion has changed over the decades never gets boring. It is positively inspiring!

And it is clear to see just how much fashion has evolved in just the last 30 to 50 years.

What were the fashion trends of the 1970s?

The 1970s were a decade of bold and expressive fashion choices. Bell-bottom trousers, tie-dye shirts, and platform shoes were all the rage. People embraced vibrant colours and patterns, reflecting the spirit of the era. The fashion of the 1970s was all about self-expression and breaking free from traditional norms.

How did fashion change in the 1980s?

The 1980s brought about a dramatic shift in fashion. It was the era of power dressing, with shoulder pads and oversized blazers dominating the scene. Neon colours, leg warmers, and parachute pants were also popular. The fashion of the 1980s was characterized by boldness and excess.

What were the fashion trends of the 1990s?

The 1990s witnessed a more relaxed and casual approach to fashion. Grunge fashion became popular, with flannel shirts, ripped jeans, and combat boots being the go-to choices. Minimalism also gained traction, with simple and understated outfits becoming fashionable. The 1990s fashion was all about comfort and individuality.

How has fashion evolved in the 21st century?

In the 21st century, fashion has become more inclusive and diverse. There is a greater emphasis on body positivity and representation. Fashion brands are now catering to a wider range of sizes and offering more inclusive options. Additionally, sustainable and ethical fashion has gained prominence, with consumers becoming more conscious of the environmental impact of their clothing choices.


Looking back at the evolution of fashion over the decades is truly fascinating. From the bold and expressive styles of the 1970s to the inclusive and sustainable fashion of the 21st century, fashion has come a long way. 

Fashion has become ageless, free from age related stereotypes. Whether that be a persons age or the age of an item of clothing or accessory. Today the emphasis is moving away from what you wear and on to how you wear it. Creating a style, your style!

By mixing high street, designer labels, vintage and handmade pieces, you create original outfits that are as unique as your own personality. And original style never goes out of fashion!

So, embrace your personal style and let the fashion of the past inspire your present-day wardrobe! Regardless of age!


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