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Fashion trends millennials just can’t leave behind

Also known as Generation Y, millennials are individualistic when it comes to their style choices. While they are fashion-conscious, they stick to tried and true pieces that make them look and feel their best. Check out these few trends they can’t let go of.

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As a part of the recent Y2K revival, the bygone fashion of shrugs is making a modern-day resurgence and marking a comeback this New Year 2022 while a wave of pastel-coloured pieces is currently ruling the wardrobes and runaways and comfortable and super stylish athleisure looks are here to stay by mixing punch-packing pop colours to create a high impact and optimism. In an interview with Zarafshan Shiraz, Celebrity Fashion Stylist Sheefa Gilani and CMO of 6Degree Neeti Gadodia spill the beans on the fashion trends that millennials just can’t leave behind. (Photo by Johan Mouchet on Unsplash)

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Born through the eighties and nineties, millennials were a generation that witnessed fashion globalizing at an exceedingly fast rate, which allowed them to first-hand experience the growing power of fashion, both globally and emotionally. The perfect hybrid of the golden years and new-age, in terms of life and style, millennials set out to create fashion trends. They are the highest spenders in style and have significantly helped the fashion industry evolve. While sometimes, they want to fit in with the new-age crowd, they stick to what makes them feel their best when it comes to style. Naturally, there was a boom of trends that millennials always come back to. Also known as Generation Y, they are individualistic when it comes to their style choices. While they are fashion-conscious, they stick to tried and true pieces that make them look and feel their best. Here are a few trends they can't let go of. (Photo by Julian Myles on Unsplash)

Born through the eighties and nineties, millennials were a generation that witnessed fashion globalizing at an exceedingly fast rate, which allowed them to first-hand experience the growing power of fashion, both globally and emotionally. The perfect hybrid of the golden years and new-age, in terms of life and style, millennials set out to create fashion trends. They are the highest spenders in style and have significantly helped the fashion industry evolve. While sometimes, they want to fit in with the new-age crowd, they stick to what makes them feel their best when it comes to style. Naturally, there was a boom of trends that millennials always come back to. Also known as Generation Y, they are individualistic when it comes to their style choices. While they are fashion-conscious, they stick to tried and true pieces that make them look and feel their best. Here are a few trends they can’t let go of. (Photo by Julian Myles on Unsplash)

Updated on Feb 11, 2022 03:48 PM IST

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1. Skinny jeans is a silhouette millennial women can't get over! It's like an addiction to the body-hugging silhouette that they find classically flattering and sexy. It's a feeling they don't get when they sport boyfriend or mom jeans. Although jeans have been a clothing staple since the seventies, skinny jeans were born in the 2000’s and have been a comfort trend that millennials just cant leave behind.(Photo by Marcel Strauß on Unsplash)

1. Skinny jeans is a silhouette millennial women can’t get over! It’s like an addiction to the body-hugging silhouette that they find classically flattering and sexy. It’s a feeling they don’t get when they sport boyfriend or mom jeans. Although jeans have been a clothing staple since the seventies, skinny jeans were born in the 2000’s and have been a comfort trend that millennials just cant leave behind.(Photo by Marcel Strauß on Unsplash)

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2. When it comes to comfort, athleisure is something that contributes as a look good feel good factor, practical, functional and chic. (Photo by bruce mars on Unsplash)

2. When it comes to comfort, athleisure is something that contributes as a look good feel good factor, practical, functional and chic. (Photo by bruce mars on Unsplash)

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3. Millennials are self-proclaimed rock music snobs. It's no surprise that Band T's hold a special place in their heart. Those worn-out, vintage-looking T-shirts featuring their favourite bands stand for their beliefs, their ideas about authenticity and make them feel like part of a club. These will surely never leave a Millennials closet. (Photo by Yohann LIBOT on Unsplash)

3. Millennials are self-proclaimed rock music snobs. It’s no surprise that Band T’s hold a special place in their heart. Those worn-out, vintage-looking T-shirts featuring their favourite bands stand for their beliefs, their ideas about authenticity and make them feel like part of a club. These will surely never leave a Millennials closet. (Photo by Yohann LIBOT on Unsplash)

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4. Millennial pink may not be everybody’s go- to colour, but it resonates with most millennials as a marker of y2k during the early 2000’s. (Pixabay)

4. Millennial pink may not be everybody’s go- to colour, but it resonates with most millennials as a marker of y2k during the early 2000’s. (Pixabay)

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5. When you think of Gen-Y, you instantly picture an effortlessly cool-laid back vibe. Plaid shirts have been a quintessential part of their wardrobe. It's classic, versatile, provides optimal comfort and needs little effort. (Photo by Fabian Centeno on Unsplash)

5. When you think of Gen-Y, you instantly picture an effortlessly cool-laid back vibe. Plaid shirts have been a quintessential part of their wardrobe. It’s classic, versatile, provides optimal comfort and needs little effort. (Photo by Fabian Centeno on Unsplash)

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6. White shirts, aviator sunglasses and ankle boots are the classics - things you can never go wrong with. (Photo by NordWood Themes on Unsplash)

6. White shirts, aviator sunglasses and ankle boots are the classics – things you can never go wrong with. (Photo by NordWood Themes on Unsplash)

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7. While mini bags are all the rage right now, Millennials need to carry their whole world in their neutral coloured Tote bags. It goes with everything, can be taken everywhere from the office to after-work drinks; it's timeless and practical — what more can a girl want? (Photo by Guido Coppa on Unsplash)

7. While mini bags are all the rage right now, Millennials need to carry their whole world in their neutral coloured Tote bags. It goes with everything, can be taken everywhere from the office to after-work drinks; it’s timeless and practical — what more can a girl want? (Photo by Guido Coppa on Unsplash)

Updated on Feb 11, 2022 03:48 PM IST

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Seeing the birth of so many changes, with increasing globalisation, the technological revolution and the new millennium, finding constancy and comfort within fashion, roots millennials to trends that are not just clothing but markers through change, growth and self identity. These trends come together to represent a classic, practical, durable and authentic voice that defines the millennials. (Photo by Gabriel Benois on Unsplash)

Seeing the birth of so many changes, with increasing globalisation, the technological revolution and the new millennium, finding constancy and comfort within fashion, roots millennials to trends that are not just clothing but markers through change, growth and self identity. These trends come together to represent a classic, practical, durable and authentic voice that defines the millennials. (Photo by Gabriel Benois on Unsplash)

Updated on Feb 11, 2022 03:48 PM IST

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