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30 Fashion Trends That Have Never Gone Out of Style

Little Black Dress

Whether you’re having a girl’s night out, a date night, or any other fun weekend activity, your go-to is likely the little black dress (LBD). It’s clear why Coco Chanel favored this style—as a little black dress paired with pumps and statement earrings is slimming and sexy on everyone. 

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Wrap Dresses

Diane Von Furstenberg graced the world with the wrap dress a few decades ago, and we still have an ongoing love affair with it. The wrapped fabric hides problem areas and accentuates curves, which makes it perfect for all kinds of settings.

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Blazers

A good blazer will elevate an outfit from streetwear to office wear in an instant because it’s structured and chic. If you only have enough money to invest in one blazer, go for a black one and wear it over your favorite blouses and with a pair of tailored trousers.

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A-Line Skirts

The A-line skirt creates the illusion of an hourglass shape on any figure, so it’s no wonder that women throughout the ages have clung to this style. Add a button-down shirt, a thin turtleneck sweater, or even a crop top to this skirt for a timeless look.

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Aviator Sunglasses

Aviator sunglasses popped up around 1936, and they’ve been worn ever since. Nothing completes an outfit better than a pair of aviator sunglasses for both men and women. We prefer the classic black lenses with silver or gold frames, so it goes with every outfit in your closet.

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Tailored Trousers

If you’ve never had a pair of trousers tailored, you’re missing out. No matter what pant styles are in, the tailored look always works because it hugs your body in all the right places. Wear yours with your favorite button-down shirt or knit sweater to look and feel fabulous.

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Pencil Skirts

Pencil skirts hug your body in all the right places. They make the wearer feel feminine, confident, and attractive. Plus, you can wear them at the office or to a party; talk about versatile. While the black pencil skirt will remain the top choice, there are tons of designs for every fashion sense.

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Trench Coats

Coats are investment pieces, and the one you should invest in is a trench coat—preferably in camel or black. The trench coat keeps you warm on the chilliest of days, but the best part is that it looks refined over dresses, pants, leggings, or literally any other piece of clothing in your closet. 

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Simple Black Purses

Black purses go with literally everything, which is why they’ll never go out of style. You can run around in jeans and a t-shirt or dress up in your best formal wear and don a simple black purse without having to worry about matching.

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Pointed Toe Pumps

The pointed toe pump will always beat the rounded toe and square toe pumps because the pointed nature of the shoe elongates the legs and adds a hint of sex appeal. Wear these puppies with anything, from raw hem jeans and a mesh blouse to track pants and a sweater.

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Diamond Stud Earrings

Everyone needs a beautiful pair of earrings that go with everything, so if you’re currently looking, go for the diamond studs (or cubic zirconia if you’re on a budget). These minimalistic earrings work with everything, from a ball gown and heels to leggings and tennis shoes. 

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Ankle Boots

Ankle boots are a relatively new fashion piece, but they’ve become an instant classic because these boots are more versatile and low profile than regular ones. Wear a pair of faux suede ankle boots with your favorite jumpsuit and a cardigan for a sophisticated look. 

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Mock Neck Sweaters

If you ever have to choose between a mock neck and turtleneck sweater, you should absolutely choose the mock neck. It fits snugly around the neck, but doesn’t extend as high. It’s warm, cozy, and a must-have for the colder months.

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Pinstripes

If you think pinstripes are only for three-piece sets, think again. This pattern is everywhere. Blazers, oversized button-downs, and slip dresses are covered in this iconic print. And it should be your new go-to.

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Ballet Flats

Ballerina flats originated in the ballet studio, but they’re here to stay in the fashion world. They’re chic and infinitely more comfortable than high heels, so you can pull off these flats with your most high-end outfits—even on your wedding day!

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Flare Jeans

Flares have yet to disappear. The iconic denim trend can be styled many ways. They can be paired with a classic white button down or with a dressier blouse. And they can be as dramatic or tame as you’d like. If you’re feeling bold, try bell-bottom trousers. If you’re unsure, experiment with high-rise bootcut jeans.

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Chunky Sweaters

Sweaters are a winter staple, and the best one to buy is a chunky, cable knit sweater. This style is timeless because it’s warm—and it can be incredibly flattering when paired with leggings or skinny jeans. 

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Flannel Shirts

The flannel shirt will never go out of style because it’s a little bit country, a little bit 90s, and a little bit rock ‘n roll. You can wear your favorite flannel with a classic pair of blue jeans, leggings, or even over a little black dress to make your night out look a little more casual.

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White Button-Downs

This clothing item should always be in your wardrobe rotation. It’s a versatile piece that can be worn anywhere—literally. Short-sleeve, long-sleeve, linen, cotton, satin, and more make it a stylish, yet simple fashion trend.

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Red Lipstick

Every woman should have one tube of red lipstick in her makeup drawer. It can elevate t-shirt and jeans or give a glamorous evening dress extra va-va-voom. Trust us when we say that red lipstick looks on you, even if you don't think it does.

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Floral Print

Of course, floral prints won’t go out of style. Whether it’s spring or winter, florals are a must have. Granted, trends change each season, but it's usually whether florals are used as a statement piece or a full floral dress. We say wear what floral dress whenever you want.

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Nike Running Shoes

Everyone needs a good pair of running shoes whether they’re a guy or a girl. Out of every brand out there, Nike is the brand that has stood the test of time. It doesn't matter if you prefer white or neon running shoes. Get yourself a pair of Nike runners, and you’ll have something you can wear for years. 

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Shift Dresses

Shift dresses became popular in the ‘60s and we’re so glad. It’s a timeless and flattering silhouette that has withstood the test of time. It can be dressed up with heels and accessories or dressed down with sneakers and a pony.

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Animal Print

The type of animal print may go out of style, but animal print altogether? No, that’s here to stay forever. Whether it’s bright orange leopard spots or neutral prints, this is a trend we’ve seen for ages, and it isn’t going anywhere.

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Buttoned Blouses

A buttoned blouse says “put together,” especially if you're sporting a super casual look that may look a little slouchy. A nice button-up can make you feel like you’re dressing to the nines, which is the reason everyone should own at least one.

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Denim Jackets

Some people have denim jackets from the ‘70s still, and that’s totally rad. Why? Because denim jackets won’t go out of style. They’re a must-have for anyone’s closet whether they’re male or female. It’s perfectly warm while simultaneously making you look cool.

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Pleated Skirts

Pleated skirts are incredibly chic, and they suit everyone. Despite being used for ages, smaller pleats on a skirt can look incredibly modern, especially when paired with the pieces. We suggest pairing your pleated skirt with a white tee and a denim jacket. 

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White Tees

White tees go with absolutely everything no matter who you are. They have a way of making the wearer look refreshed and ready for the day. Not to mention, white tees go with skirts, jeans, or whatever. Everyone should have at least one in their closet. 

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Converse Shoes

Converse has been around for ages, and they aren’t going anywhere. For many people, this shoe is a lifestyle while others just like the way they look. The styles have expanded, but the classic low and high-top Chuck Taylors are the most popular.

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Leather Jackets

The leather jacket is a classic because it makes any outfit look edgy and sexy. You can throw it over a pair of skinny and a tee for a biker girl vibe or over a flirty sundress to pull off the “rocker chic” look.

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