How to dress in the winter style of the 1980s
Headbands, crazy leggings, bulky shoulders, masculine costumes and leather coats - the stylish 1980s are back in fashion. LookStyler will show you the effective styling techniques from these years, which have been used by fashion designers, stylists and street style divas for years.
It was in the 80s that women increasingly began to enter the business field and actively fight for success in work along with men. The image of a successful leader was everywhere: in 1979, “Iron Lady” Margaret Thatcher became the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain, or Princess Diana, who was an icon of the era's style. Such examples inspired women very much and incited them to achieve career success on their own. Let us recall a few delightful images of these beautiful women.
A distinctive feature of the women's wardrobe of the 1980s is wide shoulders.
Hypertrophic volume in the shoulders is another way to show that gender does not matter in conquering career peaks, and a woman can undoubtedly occupy a dominant position in the workspace.
This is also a great opportunity to emphasize the waistline.
Another trend from the wardrobe of the 1980s is the coat in a floor. Regarding raincoats, the vinyl raincoat is also a must have for fashionistas from the 1980s. The best combination to this dress would be classic trousers with thin knitted turtlenecks.
Quilted jackets, coats, jackets, pants and sweaters are the fashion trend of this winter, taken of course from the 1980s. If it is the jacket - wear with high heels and black tights.
A few years ago, the leopard print and all its animalistic variations seemed somewhat vulgar and inappropriate. However, not everyone remembers that at the turn of the decade, a rebel of Lady Dee appeared in images with a leopard print. This winter, a print at the peak of popularity among fashionistas.
Regarding accessories - give preference to models with crocodile embossing. Crocodile accessories adored style icons Princess Diana, Grace Coddington and many others. Such accessories will suit both jeans and formal business suits.