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Here's how you can rock retro trends in 2018.
The '80s was a vibrant and bold decade that reminds us of all things glitzy and glam. As the colorful retro years come back to life, we're bound to see how designers are reimagining its iconic trends to fit today's fashion scene.
Take style notes from Tricia Gosingtian, Marian Rivera, Anne Curtis, and more.
You can give your trusty ol' pointy pumps a break now, because no matter how timeless they are, there's no denying that a new shape's been taking over the style scene—enter the square toe! They were spotted on the Fall/Winter 2018 runways
Fashion goes 'round and 'round, after all!
Fashion, as we all know, is cyclical in nature. That said, we're also thankful that whatever trend that comes back around, returns more polished and more versatile to incorporate to your existing wardrobe. That means all the retro trends that once made
You need one, stat.
The heart-eyed emoji is our personal favorite. It conveys general support and a digitized, one-tap adoration for everything it touches: pepper the comments section of a friend's selfie with it and the world will instantly know that you think her face is
The past years have seen sneakers either sleek as they come or extra, well, extra. Minimalism's rise rendered kicks white and pristine, and then when Dior sent dazzling jeweled versions down its Spring 2014 haute couture runway, tastes shifted over to the
Because repurposing is so much fun.
Remember those clear plastic envelopes we used to lug around in elementary school? We had them filled on the daily with all our then-essentials: pad paper, pens, some art materials, a notebook or two. Looks like you'll be heading back to primary
Look hot, work hard.
It's getting really hot in here, and that might mean an excuse to revamp your workwear wardrobe for the coming sun season. Take every chance you get! Below, we list down five wearable trends straight from the Spring/Summer 2018 runways you can