’80s-Style Fashion Finds for Women
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So ’80s! If you’re loving the ’80s fashion revival, you’re far from alone. Thanks to shows like Stranger Things and Freaks and Geeks, the ’80s love has carried on through the decades — especially when it comes to fashion!
21 ’80s-Inspired Fashion Finds
Some ’80s trends fit perfectly into the 21st century while others have become more subtle with a modern twist. Want to add some ’80s style to your wardrobe this year? See our top 21 picks below!
1. Our Absolute Favorite: We’re getting retro Barbie vibes from this colorful SweatyRocks Jacket. A great pick for spring or milder winter days!
2. We Also Love: Feel free to also throw some corduroy into the mix with this Zaful color-block windbreaker!
3. We Can’t Forget: Sweater weather! Busy patterns are a must, and this Zaful knit top nails the nostalgic look!
4. Off the Shoulder: A bright color and an off-the-shoulder design? Yep, this GSVIBK sweatshirt would work perfectly with a side ponytail!
5. Iconic Status: This CutiePlusU striped bodysuit reminds Us of the unforgettable outfits from Jane Fonda‘s famous ’80s workout tapes!
6. Warming Things Up: A true ’80s-inspired wardrobe will never be complete with something like these v28 leg warmers. Wear them with a dress or even to the gym!
7. Bring on the Color: This SweatyRocks long-sleeve crop top combines the patchwork and color-block trends into one awesome piece!
8. Bolder Shoulders: When we were younger, we were so against them, but now we’re loving the padded shoulder comeback. This Anrabess blazer is a perfect example of how great the trend can look!
9. Leather Weather: Leather jackets never went away, but to go truly ’80s, you need something baggy like this Sumleno faux-leather jacket!
10. That’s a Stretch: Stretchy spandex is the name of the game. This American Apparel bodysuit will be a versatile addition to your closet!
11. Shine Like a Diamond: Don’t forget about your metallics when it’s time to party. We love these shiny SweatyRocks shorts!
12. Dreamy Denim: This oversized Saukiee denim jacket is great for any ’80s look — especially if you want to go for a Canadian tuxedo!
13. Lovely in Lace: Take a cue from icons like Madonna by grabbing this Allegra K lace top!
14. Acid Wash Everything: We wouldn’t forget about this street-style must. Grab these Dollhouse acid wash jeans to go with your favorite ’80s band tee!
15. Pretty in Pastels: We just had to deliver more color-blocking in classic ’80s colors. Check out this SweatyRocks hoodie!
16. Stop! Hammer Time: You’ll love the throwback look of these Hoerev harem pants — but you might love the comfy fit even more!
17. The Whole Shebang: Want to go full-out? Get your hands on this Yisfri one-piece windbreaker outfit. It comes in two colors!
18. Music Television: MTV no longer stands for Music Television, but in the ’80s it did. Remember the good times with this MTV retro-style shirt!
19. Stirring Things Up: Leggings are just as relevant as ever, but if you want to go old-school, grab a pair of these Zeronic stirrup leggings!
20. Hair We Go: Hair was just as — if not more important than — your outfit in the ’80s. Celebrate the iconic invention of the scrunchie with this Mandydov 12-pack!
21. Big Fans: Belt bags have reemerged as a popular trend lately, but you have to wear them fanny pack style if you want to go full ’80s. We love this bright Ausion one!
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