It’s time to look into the wardrobe of mothers and grandmothers.
Every day in the world of fashion there is something new, and fashion designers and influential fashion bloggers never cease to amaze us. But sometimes, old trends once again become relevant. Even if they have more than a dozen years.
We examined the latest trends of catwalks and range of worldwide boutiques and find out what common in the USSR, things become a dream of every stylish girl.
1. Rubber boots
Rare Soviet woman did without this practical and indestructible shoes. But today’s trend to convenience and comfort has generated a new wave of interest to the rubber boots. Many American and European brands offer a wide range of different models of modern materials.
This fur cap, which can be seen on Tosho, the heroine of the famous film “Girls” worn by many women in the Soviet Union. Today the interest to this soft and warm hat is back.
At the time, this technique of crocheting, like macrame, was very popular, and editions of the magazine Burda, and their respective bought up on hurrah. Now things are once again on the crest of fashion: an openwork knitted dresses and tops became a hit the world’s catwalks.
Plastic bags with perforation were common in the Soviet Union. This trend was picked up by modern brands. Similar models, but made of other materials, whether leather or imitation leather, now often can be found in the trendy collections.
Barbara Brylska sported in the film “Irony of fate” in an oversized fur hat. In such models, which were widely circulated in the Soviet Union, now drew the attention of European couturiers.
It seems that in Soviet Union there was not one person who has not heard about sheepskin. Now jackets and coats lambskin, natural or artificial, are coming back into fashion.
7. Turn-down collars
Soviet ladies liked to wear dresses and blouses with turn-down collars on weekdays and public holidays. Today this accessory is again relevant and popular with European women.
8. Quilted jacket
The jacket was an indispensable companion of Soviet women Hiking “on a potato” and winter sports. But today this practical thing has become the latest fashion trend.
9. Shawl with flower pattern
This vintage accessory has been in the West enjoyed the title of “grandma.” But, as current trends suggest, it will suit young girls. Today, this fashionable scarf to tie in the style of grace Kelly.
10. Carpets on the walls
There seems to be no person have any be a couple of photos from the Soviet era, where relatives depicted on the background of the wall hanging. This is a symbolic thing now again coming into fashion: especially popular with small mats.
11. Things herringbone
Coat with geometric pattern of triangles were widespread in the Soviet Union. Today, this stylish print has received a second life: it is also used for interior decoration.
12. Carpet bags
Richly embroidered handbags in different shapes and sizes was held in high esteem by Soviet women. Carpet bags are experiencing a rebirth on the wave of interest in boho.
13. Loafers with socks
The heroine of Irina Muravyova in the film “Carnival” set a elegant and practical trend: classic shoes, English style, combined with socks. Today it is one of the leading fashion trends.
14. Turtleneck sundress
This combination could be seen as on movie screens and in everyday life. Under tunics made of thick fabric wore turtlenecks, plain or lace. Now this vintage trend was picked up by European fashionistas.
15. The bag
Without the bags there was not one trip to the grocery store in the Soviet Union. Today, this useful thing again actively used in the daily life. This convenient bag is included in its range of many eco-friendly brands.