Many of us have friends in our lives over the years. Some friends we make as children and then lose contact as we grow older. Other friends we make as adults and stay in touch with as long as we are in close proximity to and it is convenient to keep in touch but then over time one moves away or busy schedules slowly pull us apart and we start to lose touch.  Those friendships fall into the “good friends” or “close friends” as the opening quote cites. But then there is that last group of friends – those we call true friends – they are those we have a mutual caring about, and we understand each other’s hearts, and where bonds are formed between us that span any distance in proximity and where the bonds run so deep that no amount of time apart or lack of words will change the way we feel about that friend. These are our true friends, and when one comes into your life cherish it!

So this time in friendship day we all celebrating friendship day with fashion 

Where in we’ll see friends from different generations with their fashion styles



The 1960’s was an era of colours in fashion ! It was about flamboyance and magnificence. The screening of Mughal-e-Azam in late 1959 marked the commencement of colours on celluloid.If you spot a lady in a braided hair and winged eyeliner, you would know that it is taken from Bollywood in sixties. It was actress Saira Banu who got the trend of hairdo and eye-make-up popular in India,How the sarees were worn back then is still fascinating! It had its own charm. Sari became a fashionable item for the Indian women than a regular clothing.The 70s fashion saw a huge change over from the fifties and sixties. There were a variety of costumes, a mixture of both Indian and western outfits. From casual chic fashion to extravagant party outfits to traditional everyday Indian wear, 70s Bollywood fashion is something we can take cues from!The 70s was the time for experimentation with bright, bold colors, mix match and colorful sarees,figure hugging suits. 

Minimalism also had its moment..Bindis, nude lips, kajal, and flushed cheeks were all you really needed.Yesteryear actress Sadhana once again came into the trendy style of figure hugging sleeveless churidar kurta. The style got popular among young women all across India. These outfits were also worn by the actresses like Vyjanthimala, Asha Parekh in the films like “Jewel Thief” and “Love in Tokyo”. The style suited more on women with thin and curvaceous body.


80s was the period where fashion was stylish and wearable! The bold colors and artsy prints from the 70s almost vanished, giving way to plain and chic outfits! The 80s fashion was elegant and natural.

Belted Midi Dresses

The flared pants and polka dotted shirts of the 70s gave way to feminine styles. Midi dresses became a thing of the 80s Bollywood fashion. But belted midi dresses surely were head-turners.  fashion that was considered cool in the ’90s is cool once again. Whether it’s on the catwalk, on the street or in the stores, ’90s trends are appearing everywhere. So, embrace those crop tops, chokers, 

Flared Jeans

Long before skinny jeans were everyone’s go-to denim style, flared and wide-leg designs reigned supreme. Thanks to a preference for oversized and loose silhouettes, these pants were highly favored during the ’90s. Their casual aesthetic made them perfect for daywear, but these must-have pants were also on show at night with crop tops.

Crop Tops

To wear the ’90s look in 2020, a crop top is a must-have. These midriff-baring tops were an essential fashion item for ladies living in the ’90s and are on-trend once again. Today, you can relive the best fashion from the decade by pairing a crop top with a pair of mom jeans.

90s Hairstyles

’90s hairstyles were anything but boring. Youthful and playful, hair in the ’90s gave birth to several iconic styles. “The Rachel” was the most popular haircut of the decade with women everywhere taking photos of Jennifer Aniston’s Friends character to their salons. Choppy layered and framing the face, “The Rachel” epitomizes ’90s hair.


It’s a common belief that when it comes to modern fashion, trends live on a 20-year-cycle. If that assumption holds true, then the 2020s are set to repeat much of the fashion that dominated the 2000s.The early years of the 2000s saw clothes as: crop tops, vests, blazers, halterneck tops, v-shaped jumpers, low waisted jeans and skirts. Layered tank tops in different colors were popular and should be matched with cargo pants. Popular accessories were: bandanas, sunnies and layered necklaces. Another major accessory, or statement, was the handbag and the designer logo. The early and mid of the 2000s saw an explosion of designer logos as they were a status symbol (LV and Gucci, but also Chanel).The 2000s was the decade of highlights and colored hair. The highlights weren’t to look natural but often contrasting one’s hair color. As in blonde hair and brown highlights or the other way around. 


 Oversized Victorian Sleeves

Take it back to the 19th century with the Victorian-inspired sleeves. Its oversized shape creates the illusion of a slimmer waist and adds an instant feminine touch to your ensemble.


 Chunky Boots with Feminine Dresses 

Grunge is back in a big way with these feminine dresses and chunky boots. Whether you’re a fan of bold patterns or you prefer block colors, a maxi with a cinched waist is an easy way to show off your girly side. Pair it with combat boots, and you’ll be ready for anything! This is a ’90s authentic, so don’t be afraid to mix things up and have some fun!

 Bucket-Style Bags

Secure your products in style in a bucket bag. Originated by Louis Vuitton in 1932 to keep champagne fresh, now they’re the hottest accessory trend. With a long body and round shape, these handbags offer a lot of room, and they’re incredibly cute












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