Celebs and It Girls Just Brought Back These 1950s Fashion Trends

While the 90s and early noughties style revival is holding strong right now, celebs are also showing some love for older styles—specifically 1950s fashion trends. That’s right; the pieces that were popular over 60 years ago are still just as relevant and classic today, and we have the proof.

There’s everything from Bella Hadid’s cherry embroidered cardigan to Emily Ratajkowski’s cat-eye sunglasses to Hailey Bieber in an off-the-shoulder top from S/S 2021 Saint Laurent—so we have solid evidence that these vintage-inspired styles aren’t just a blimp in the quick-paced trend cycle. But there is a good reason why we continually look to the 50s for style inspiration: The era’s fashion is truly timeless, and we don’t think they will ever go out of style. Want to see the other ways tastemakers are interpreting 1950s fashion trends today? Read ahead to see the five styles celebrities and it-girls alike can’t get enough of.

If you’re looking for a pair similar to Emily Ratajkowski’s version, these are it.

Here’s your chance to look like a 1950s film star.

The translucent frame offers a modern take.

Wear these with a white tank and jeans for a casual weekend look.

The heart buttons are adorable.

Bella Hadid’s cardigan.

Sweater sets like these are trending big.

The sweetheart neckline adds a lolita twist.

The belted waist looks super flattering. 

If you like your 50s style to feel a bit more updated, try the pattern in a midriff-flossing top–another trend fashion girls are going hard for.

We’re in love with the ruffled collar.

Alessandra Rich’s take on 50s style is unparalleled. Kate Middleton is a fan. 

Classic black goes with everything.

Guaranteed this top will be your favorite elevated basic.

We get it, in some parts of the world it’s still sweater weather; this knit will transition nicely once spring hits.

This icy blue is gorgeous.

A floral-patterned dress is always a must for any occasion.

Throw on this dress for an effortless look.

Pair this dress with strappy heels for a flirty look.

We found your new favorite spring dress.

Perfect for pairing any type of shoes.

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