These 7 fashion trends are set to take 2022 by storm

Pleats, knits, pearls and vests are trending in 2022 fashion and style.

Pleats, knits, pearls and vests are trending in 2022 fashion and style.

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While we’ve been lying on our couches, embracing that pandemic-induced 24/7 sweatpants life, designers are taking an optimistic approach for fashion’s future. Lifting us out of our comfy rut, this year’s wardrobe refresh is a blend of nostalgic looks and elevated basics.

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To help with the revival of your closet, we asked a few style experts for their top fashion trends for 2022. What you can look forward includes pleated maxi skirts, explosions of joyful colors, clean-cut collegiate styles and iridescent pearls that remind you the world is your oyster, even if your

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10 Movies For Every TikTok Fashion Aesthetic

Other than funny videos and creative dances, fashion has become a huge part of TikTok. There are multiple communities within the app, and everyone can follow people who share the same interests as them. This sense of community made it easy for people to express their style and for others to engage with it.

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In the past, the common fashion styles were known as preppy, boho, sporty, and more. TikTok gave attention to many new aesthetics, such as E-Girl and E-Boy, cottagecore, and so many other unique styles that are undoubtedly influenced by many popular characters in movies and TV.


Cottagecore – Little Women (2019)

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Cottagecore is an aesthetic for those who often romanticize life. They love the rural life and picnics, long floral dresses, and the idea of living in the countryside. Cottagecore

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Aretha Franklin had her own ideas about fashion. ‘Respect’ lets them shine

When veteran Broadway costume designer Clint Ramos was tapped to work on the Aretha Franklin biopic “Respect,” he soon found himself studying the late singer’s roles as both a cultural and sartorial icon.

“She was a fashion icon but not in the traditional sense,” Ramos says in a call from his Manhattan home. “The woman never followed any trends. As she moved through the narrative of her life, it seems evident her clothing simply followed her life. She wasn’t a fashion plate or a mannequin or anything like that — she was telegraphing the way she felt through clothing the same way she did with her music. She wasn’t a loyalist to any house or designer; she had clothes from Detroit, clothes literally off-the-rack and custom-made things.

“Maybe more than anything, Aretha’s iconic gift to fashion is her attitude: ‘And I don’t give a damn.’ [Laughs.] She wore what she

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Betty White’s Fashion Evolution Through the Years: Pics

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