HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicTrends that Never Go Out of Style Had a bit of Taylor Swift moment right there. Seems like it was only yesterday when fashion became an integral part in everyone’s lives. Remembered the playsuit trend during the 50s? How about the mini-skirt trend that every girl and woman wore in the 60s? During their inaugural year, Playsuits Some call it a romper, some call it a playsuit but the jumpsuit emerged during the 1930s. What made it stay until this day is if you find the right silhouette, it will emphasize your waistline to achieve an hourglass figure, and then you’re good. Denim Jacket Jean jacket is a classic American staple. It represents youth and rebellion. Since this was seen on a couple of movie stars and music legends a couple of years ago, its here to stay. Cigarette Pants They hailed from the 50s. Cigarette pants remained trendy because it’s simply universally flattering. Wearing that length of trousers has a slimming effect. If you pair this with your favorite high heels, you’ll certainly achieve an effortlessly chic look. Cat-Eye Sunglasses Cat-eye sunglasses were first seen on Marilyn Monroe. There’s just something very classy and ladylike when it comes to the cat-eye frames. Depending on the size of the frames, you will absolutely find the right cat-eye sunglasses for you. Miniskirt The miniskirt is now an iconic fixture thanks to modern style icons including Alexa Chung. One that’s undoubtedly a classic is a button-front with a shorter length. Gingham Print We’ve seen Brigitte Bardot rock this traditional print. Gingham is definitely a fall print but it is cousins with summer. It comes and goes in the runway but you’ll still see women of different age wear an outfit with this print on. Ballet Flats These were first seen on Audrey Hepburn in 1957 in her movie “Funny Face”, but it dated back to the 16th century. This type of footwear will never go out of style because it’s comfortable, stylish and our murdered feet by the high heels we wear every single day will be thankful. Silk Scarves Grace Kelly pioneered styling with silk scarves. It’s an easy go-to accessory of women for years.