Fashion looks inspired by music are timeless. Music has always played a big role in fashion. There are certain styles of music that also have their styles of dress. You instantly recognize mod, rockabilly or punk, for example, by the clothes.
For modern fashion looks, retro pieces paired with the right accessories can create an endless combination of looks for multiple occasions.
In this article we are going to focus on the retro music-inspired looks that work really well today. They are styles that have come back into fashion and are trending on runways everywhere. So, here are the top three looks you can try with fashion pieces and accessories that are easy to find and that you might even already have in your closet.
1 90's Hip-Hop
A pair of baggy jeans and a matching pair of fashion kicks are often all that you need to create a look that screams hip-hop. You may be tempted to wear skinny or fitted jeans to stay in tune with today’s trends, but a baggy pair of jeans works much better in creating that 90's look.
You can also go a couple of sizes bigger in tops. Pair a comfortable tank with a plus-size boyfriend shirt or a varsity jacket. Don’t hesitate to mix and match colors too, because 90s hip-hop was all about colorful rhymes and catchy beats. Alternatively, you can go monochrome by wearing all white or all black.
2 70's Disco
A friend who is completing her online Master's in music at Kent State University pointed out how the jumpsuit – usually in gold or silver – is the highlight of 70's disco fashion. She also mentioned the strong influence of disco in modern music and music education, a fact that is apparent as she tries to earn an online MME degree.
Aside from a striking, body-hugging jumpsuit, you can also construct a 70's disco look by combining disco pants and a simple top. Go ahead and show off your beautiful shoulders by wearing a halter top, or pair disco pants with a bustier for an even sexier look.
3 60's Rock
Which of these music-inspired looks do you like the most? Do you have your own ideas on vintage looks inspired by the music from different eras? Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
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