Year after year, there are more than a few fashion and beauty trends that never seem to go out of style. These timeless pieces always make it onto every “must-have” list because of their
classic appearance and their ability to be worn for almost any occasion. Keep reading to see the fashion and beauty items that never go out of style.
The classic and traditional suit is here to stay. Whether it’s a men’s or a women’s suit, it doesn’t even matter. The sleek lines and the classic silhouette has given the traditional suit some
staying power. The classic power suit, with its sharp cuts and boxy appearance, lets the world know you mean business when you step foot inside the office, or it can be dressed down with a casual shirt for a night on the town.
Open up any girl’s closet and you’re bound to see a little black dress or two. Better known as the LBD, this fashion staple is something that most girls can’t live without. It’s perfect for a date night, girl’s night out or dinner with the family. No matter how long ago you purchased your LBD, it still comes across as modern and trendy. We can’t imagine this classic dress ever going out of style.
In February 1908, Marquis Mills Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company, and the footwear has been popular ever since. This casual shoe comes in low- and high-top styles with a variety of colors and patterns. They pretty much go with any and every outfit. From jeans to shorts and skirts, Converse sneakers are one brand of shoes that never lose their style.
Speaking of classic style, we couldn’t make this list without including some denim. The very first pair of blue jeans were invented by Jacob W. Davis in partnership with Levi Strauss & Co. in 1871. The look of jeans has evolved from bootcut styles to flared legs to bellbottoms; but no matter how many times the silhouette changes, jeans in general will never go out of style. What was once seen as a casual clothing choice, jeans can now transition into a dressy clothing op-tion by wearing them with a pair of heels or some shiny loafers. The world just can’t get enough of blue jeans, and we don’t see the love dying down anytime soon.
Fashion trends come and go, but there’s one last item that never seems to go out of style, and that’s the oversized shades. Sunglasses with large frames have been worn for decades by some of the most iconic fashionistas, like Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. During the 1960s, glamorous women didn’t dare step outside without their statement sunglasses on their faces, and not much has changed since then.