Time­less beauty trends

As the decades come and go, so do beauty trends. How­ever, as the years have passed, a se­lect few of these trends have proved them­selves to be time­less.

Highfields' Own - - Con­tents - BY LIBBY BUTLER

MIN­I­MAL­ISM

The prac­ti­cal­ity and sim­plic­ity of min­i­mal­ist fash­ion is what has made this trend stick through­out the years.

The bold colours paired with stream­lined sil­hou­ettes first made an ap­pear­ance in the ’60s to nowa­days be found in both ca­sual and of­fice wear.

The sin­gle colour cami top is a sta­ple ca­sual piece in most clos­ets these days, and this time­less trend reaches mod­ern of­fice wear in soft, sin­gle coloured suits.

FLO­RALS

Flow­ers were first worn by peo­ple in an­cient Greek and Egyp­tian times, be­ing wo­ven to­gether to make crowns or gar­lands.

With in­spi­ra­tion for flo­ral cloth­ing com­ing from all around the world, it’s re­ally no sur­prise that the de­sign is con­stantly be­ing re­vived.

The fem­i­nine, na­ture-in­spired pat­tern has had a surge in pop­u­lar­ity this year, just in time for spring.

Flo­ral printed tops, pants or dresses can be found in nearly ev­ery store, in de­signs which range from ca­sual to for­mal.

LA­DY­LIKE

The the 1940s tight-waisted, with the re­lease full skirt of first French cap­ti­vated de­signer women’s Chris­tian fash­ion Dior’s in cloth­ing lines.

The time­less la­dy­like look is ef­fort­lessly fem­i­nine with a flat­ter­ing shape that em­braces women’s curves.

This trend has held its place for decades in the world of fash­ion, and is now most com­monly seen in of­fice and evening out­fits.

The blouse and skirt combo is an easy go-to for a pro­fes­sional, yet la­dy­like, work out­fit, how­ever, it can be equally glam­orous for evening wear with the ad­di­tion of a wrap shirt and com­ple­men­tary jew­ellery.

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