As we enter the 2020s, what is your style right now? Can you still wear those skinny jeans? What’s the difference between street style and just being lazy? Does athleisure count as fashion?
We were curious what Forma users today liked the most from the 2010s. Perhaps expectedly, some styles really dropped in popularity quickly, while others show more lasting power.
That got us thinking: Which styles from different decades stood stood the test of time and are still relevant as we enter 2020? Below are Forma users’ favorites, grouped by decade. Are they what you expect?
Note: Click to try any of the below outfits on yourself!
This decade’s trends should be familiar to most of you, we’ll have to check back later to see which stood the test of time!
Skinny ties on a slim-fitted light grey gridded suit (thanks Justin Timberlake!):
Women have found ways to make ripped jeans classy!
The hoodie inside jacket with jumper looks good on Tom Holland aka the internet’s boyfriend:
Overalls made a comeback in cutoff form:
And everybody’s favorite superhero is…Deadpool??
Bombastic outfits and futurist dresses like this Met Gala dress show how close we are to becoming the Capitol in The Hunger Games!
Seems like our impression of the 2000s was experimentation with colors and patterns from the 80s...mixed with denim!
This denim jacket mixes pretty well with plaid leggings:
Followed by....a mustard yellow denim jacket with houndstooth shorts. Seeing a pattern here? ;)
Well, our memory of the 90s isn’t great, so it’s helpful if the outfit dates itself:
Wait, so festival wear is just 90s fashion??
Take out the iPhone and iPad and this dude coulda walked out of the 90s:
Our view of the 80s seems more accurate than the 90s somehow!
This A-line leather dress and flowy blouse somehow pull off retro and stylish at the same time
David Bowie and the rest of the 80s seemed to have more patience putting together outfits
What’s more 80s than MTV and Madonna?
Research shows you have 73.8% more fun when wearing neon