Fall Fashion Trends That Should Come Back

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Halter tops

Halter tops, popularized by Marilyn Monroe — who wore one in the film “The Seven Year Itch” — were a mainstay in women’s wardrobes in the latter part of the 20th century. Megan Markle wore a halter when she wed Prince Harry. Designers Christian Dior and Tibi have helped revive interest in halters.

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Midriff skirts

Midriff-baring skirts paired with bra tops were all the rage in the 80s. Madonna was just one celebrity who made them trendy. In 2014, celebrities embraced this style once again, wearing midriffs at the Met Gala.

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Overalls

Supermodel Bella Hadid has helped bring the 90s fashion statement — Demi Moore famously wore them in the 1990s romantic drama “Ghost” — back in vogue. Besides overalls, she has also been seen wearing denim dresses.

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Belted coats

Belted coats and jackets serve to accentuate one’s waist. Celebrities such as former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham have been spotted wearing them. Belted coats are an appealing choice for the fall, particularly in plaid patterns.

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Oversized sunglasses

When people think of oversized sunglasses, they think of fashion mavens such as designer Karl Lagerfeld and fashion editor Anna Wintour. The thick-rimmed accessories have been seen on the catwalks of Stella McCartney and Burberry.