I am sure most of you have heard the statement, “Fashion repeats itself.” This is truer today than it has been for a couple of years now. I never really noticed that fashion/trends repeated themselves until I became a little older and started recognizing styles that were from the past. It is somewhat amusing to see things from our past reoccur a couple of years down the road. Trends that may not have been a hit when they first came out may become a huge hit later on in the fashion world. I feel that fashion is able to repeat itself by learning from the past and making it better for the future. However, just because some trends are able to be repeated that does not mean that all of them should be. Overalls, crop tops, snapbacks and creeper shoes have all made a comeback this year. What caused this blast from the past? Are we trying to relive our childhood or is it because designers gave these trends an update?
This Fashionisto is sporting a snapback which have been trending for a while now. Snapbacks have become a necessity in many Fashionista/os everyday outfit. They are not only popular for men but I have been seeing many women rocking a snapback. With a wide variety of colors, styles and patterns I can see why they have become so popular. They have definitely been updated from the past and have been revamped for today’s generation. Styling a snapback is simple and can be worn a variety of ways. This Fashionisto was able to pair his aztec print snapback with a graphic tank to create and urban skater look. The corduroy shorts added a subtle texture to the outfit without making the outfit too busy. His sneakers and high socks made his outfit more comfortable while still staying on trend. He also accessorized with a bold detailed black watch that was sleek and completed the entire look.
Hint: Snapbacks are one of the few things that have been brought back from the past. Think back to when you were growing up and find items that you loved that you could possibly bring back. You never know can start a trend from things that you used to wear when you were a child.