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While the fashion world has had a quiet year, this season has seen some seriously bold and stylish designs. Over the last few weeks, large and commanding blazers, bold blue bags, and elegant face masks have dominated Fashion Weeks. This season's looks have been heavily influenced by some of the most important decades. We adore each and every one of them, and it's easy to see why.

With an oversized boyfriend blazer in the style of the 1980s, you can create a long line silhouette and experiment with shapes. This outerwear elongates your thighs and cinches in your waist with the assistance of shoulder pads. For an ultra-modern look, pair this look with a pair of straight-leg trousers or leather shorts; shades that suit this trend include powder blue, charcoal, and neutrals.

This sleek fashion trend is making a major comeback, drawing inspiration from the 1950s and 1960s. Headscarves are a great way to protect your hair while also adding a finishing touch to your outfit without going overboard. Keep it basic with bold colors and block letters, or go for a silky design with floral motifs or complex patterns. Wrap the cloth under your chin in a loose knot or hang it off the back of your head for a different look. Wrap it around your throat or let it dangle from your backpack for a different look. With this classic go-to item, channeling your inner Grace Kelly has never been simpler.

Slay Like A Pro. This saree trend is certainly a “Win-Win” – you've probably seen a few fashion bloggers sporting this unique look. Wearing a long overcoat with a cotton saree and a waist belt is one of our favorite looks. The classical concept of sarees online in Sri Lanka has been completely redefined by this trend. In addition, many opt towards styling themselves in this new fashion trend with handloom sarees in Sri Lanka and batik sarees in Sri Lanka


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