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Boomerang Trends – The Ones that Keep Bouncing Back

Boomerang Trends – The Ones that Keep Bouncing Back

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A tribute post to the trends of yesteryear that keep bouncing back.

 

The post that proves that even if you pay no attention to fashion you might occasionally find yourself top of the trends.

 

 

Barbour

 

barbour rexton 2

Steve McQueen wearing the Barbour Rexton Image source: Pinterest

 

 

The Barbour Rexton jacket as worn by Steve McQueen. This jacket just keeps bouncing back in various guises. Today’s Barbour jackets owe a lot to the Rexton.

 

Tweed Jackets

 

Tweed as worn in the 70s by Ryan O'Neil in Love Story. Image source: Pinterest

Tweed as worn in the 70s by Ryan O’Neil in Love Story.
Image source: Pinterest

 

 

In the country we wear tweed jackets without a thought and every so often we find ourselves in fashion. The ‘30s, ‘70s and today were/are all top moments for tweed.

 

 

Beards

 

Al Pacino in Serpico. Image source: Pinterest

Al Pacino in Serpico.
Image source: Pinterest

 

Beards are most definitely back, but for how long?

 

Quiffs

 

The Quiff Image source: Pinterest

The Quiff
Image source: Pinterest

 

Quiffs have been in and out ever since the 50s. For now, up is in. Take a look at anyone under the age of 30.

 

 

Skinny Jeans

 

The Ramones, 1976 Image source: Pinterest

The Ramones, 1976
Image source: Pinterest

 

Skinny jeans and trainers. Still looking cool today, 40 years after The Ramones took this look to the stage in 1976.

 

Double Denim

 

Clark Gable, 1901 Image source: Pinterest

Clark Gable, 1901
Image source: Pinterest

 

Double denim coming and going since 1901. Currently on the ascendant.

 

 

Checked Shirts

 

George Clooney back in the day. Image source: Pinterest

George Clooney back in the day.
Image source: Pinterest

 

In the 80s they were casual, in the 90s they were grunge and today they are a staple country classic.

 

 

 

 

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