Is there such a thing as
a "new" vintage fashion trend? Clearly it is challenging to
think of something as both new and old at the same time.
In our opinion there is
such a thing as a new
vintage trend. Although a particular style existed in the past, it
does not mean that it is currently in style. Clothes or accessories
must have a "current" interest from consumers to be deemed as trendy.
In terms of apparel, a designer can bring old styling into present day and
if consumers agree with the concept the designs can become trendy in modern
Designers can pull entire garment from historical
reference or a specific element from a previously created garment.
They can create an entirely vintage piece or a partially vintage item.
When designers pick from the past and develop current interest, they have
essentially developed a new vintage trend.
Often times, a particular aspect of vintage clothing
would be utilized on a garment. For example, a vintage style colar
may be used on a modern blouse to give it a unique flare. The entire
blouse may not be vintage, but it could potentially utilize a vintage component.
With all of this said, let's keep in mind that many
people think of vintage fashion as a lifestyle choice. Some of us
enjoy small aspects of our clothing to have a vintage element or two.
Others of us enjoy dressing in complete garments from a previous era.
Either way, learning more about vintage fashion is always a good idea.
We hope that you find the trend boards on this page helpful for your exploration.
Pinterest is a tool for collecting and organizing
the things that inspire you. Below you will find trends spotted on the Vintage
Fashion Board from Apparel Search.
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