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6 Outdated Trends We Can't Deny Are Staging Impressive Comebacks
A fashion trend may come and go from time to time, but occasionally, years later, it will make a comeback. If you've been waiting for the day that some of your favorite 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s fashion trends to once again be considered acceptable in society, look no further.
Stirrup Pants
Designed to hold the pants of horseback riders in place under their riding boots, stirrup pants exploded in mainstream popularity around the early ‘90s. While it was once taboo to leave the stirrups of these stretch pants visible, showing them off is now becoming part of the trend.
Full Skirts
Full skirts haven’t been fully in fashion in multiple decades, but finally you can skip the mini and pencil skirts and embrace one with a little more forgiveness when you don’t feel like putting your every angle on display. They’re also way more fun to twirl in.
Denim And Cargo Maxi Skirts
It’s time to release your inner 2001 Britney because formerly outdated trends involving denim live on. Denim maxi skirts — and cargo maxis, if you really like your pockets — are especially back in the public’s good favor and widely available from retailers at all price points.
Metallic Everything
If the 2023 Oscars ceremony was any indication, metallic trends are back in a huge way. The fun part of this trend is that you can go as big or as small as you want with it — add a metallic silver shoe to a little black dress for an extra pop or deck yourself out in a full metallic-on-metallic ensemble.