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17-05-2010
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Sweater dresses
And I miss when real snakeskin and lizardskin weren't so hard to find and so expensive

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18-05-2010
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tbh I don't want any of my favourite styles to become trendy
because that means that they will probably get butchered and I would get sick of them
100% agreed. However i only wish i could them a bit better, and not as expensive. God i need to find a job.

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18-05-2010
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something I have always wanted to come back since i was like 10 is 50's style skirts. I think it is more common in cocktail but wouldn't it be great in casual wear!!

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19-05-2010
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Heels without big ol' heavy Frankenstein plaforms attached.

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20-05-2010
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We're living in the 2010s. Every trend is going to come back. That kind of seemed to be the essence of the 2000s

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vintage hats

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again, i agree <3. i love hats, i'm obsessed with them.

turtlenecks i think i'd like to see more in the fall and winter. it seems nobody has them anymore!

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20-05-2010
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Heels without big ol' heavy Frankenstein plaforms attached.
Agreed. Most of the shoes I see in stores are either Everest-sized or dead flat.

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27-05-2010
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The japanese influense: the kimono blouses and dresses and the origami dresses and bags.

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Pirate style blouses

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27-05-2010
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Tidiness,cleanliness (I don't get the Grunge Again ,especially on teenage models), capri pants, shirt dresses, tailoring...late 50s early 60s.

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^ I think that already came back.

The whole retro 50's thing.

Then again, I might be wrong. lol

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30-05-2010
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something I have always wanted to come back since i was like 10 is 50's style skirts. I think it is more common in cocktail but wouldn't it be great in casual wear!!
I know!!!! I am alllllllways looking for that kind of full 50s skirt, especially one with a crinoline, but they are impossible to find. If they were trendy, at least I could find them!

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31-05-2010
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Im in love with that elegance what was in 1920s .
It looks soo statuesque and still modest .
But i wouldnt like to see it as trend like leggings was ...

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10-06-2010
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I don't see a problem in wearing something that's not in the top of fashion. And like a lot of members already said here, I even don't like when my favorite details become a trend and everybody uses them.
The only thing I would like to become more "fashionable" is feminine figure. Because todays fashion seems to be orientated for boy'ish figures and a lot of things looks even tacky on "curves".

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