Which Fashion Trend Do You Wish Would Come Back?

which fashion trend do you wish would come back?By Elle

Sifting through my formal dresses the other day, I felt a desire for the days when wearing long evening gloves was de rigueur, at least for the well-heeled, of course. For one, they felt luxurious because they were often made from silk, satin and kidskin. (Ouch. The near-vegan in me is wincing.) For two, they’re super sexy, especially with a strapless dress. For three, they’re the perfect accessory if you’re a germaphobe, which I’m not, just for the record. (In fact, I once ate dirt just to say I did it. This was not recently.)

So I thought, yeah, that would be a fashion trend that I’d welcome with open arms.

Then I wondered which fashion trend I would kick to the curb, and that was easy: pointy-toed pumps. Who in real life wears those things? I don’t know about you, but my feet do not resemble slices of pie, unless perhaps I were to detach my feet and put them on backwards.

Anyway, so what about you? Leave a comment and let us know which fashion trend you wish would come back — or one you wish would just disappear!

8 thoughts on “Which Fashion Trend Do You Wish Would Come Back?

  1. I say wearing hats everywhere you go! (Work–yes; out to dinner, yes!) They’re so fun and stylish — and I remember my mom saying you could not step foot in church without a hat back in the 50s 🙂

    • Hi Alex, wouldn’t we look so cool in them? I love bellbottom pants. I remember as a young’un my friends and I would slice our wide-leg jeans at the bottom and add extra material to make them even wider. (I reckon Mom did all the sewing.) I remember a yellow calico print in particular, which probably came from my love of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Fun memories!

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