Wintry blast from the past

New Delhi, Dec 24 (IANS) This winter, it’s time to turn back the fashion clock. With fashion’s ever-revolving door, clothing styles we thought were long gone in the past have made a comeback be it boot cut jeans or the 1980s floral prints.

Designer Priyanka Batra list out some trend from the past which we can flaunt this season:

*Flowy garments: Thought to be dead and a thing of the past, flowy dresses are coming back in fashion and making appearances on ramps as well. These include georgette and satin georgette flowy midis, maxis, gowns and evening dresses.

*Prints and patterns: The 1980s fashion of floral prints is also making its rejuvenated comeback on the runways. Today, floral printed blouses, skirts and dresses are becoming a common sight reflecting a hint of the bygone Victorian era.

*Vintage colours: Colours indulging deeper and denser into the colour palette are rapidly gaining popularity which includes shades of dead red rose, hues of midnight blue and bottle green.

*Palazzos and Boot cut jeans – The style which was thought to be lost a decade ago is also making strong re-appearances in the wardrobe of every girl. Palazzos, a modernised version of Sharara are in vogue today.

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