In the funky times of the 80s, when attire was flashy and tight, people wore massive accessories, fanny packs, and logos all over.
So what good are these fashion trends now? Here’s what we got in stock for you:
Door-knocker earrings were a huge trend in the 80s.
Massive earrings were popularised by hip-hop culture, typically having round, oval, or square forms… ideal for excess and screaming accessories.
€40.00 Soor’s Jewellery combines archaic and modern elements of design that makes products look totally different from others.
Designers create unique pieces of jewelery using wood, silver, polish, gold foils, bio paints, polymer clay.
Each jewellery is unique and cannot be exactly repeated.
For its cheerful colour and much more, yellow went viral this season.
The catwalks were full of striking sunny shades… and more are still to come!
€125.00 f by Faina sunny yellow dress is expertly draped to create an asymmetric hem.
Ribbons allow to gather sleeves from one side.
Bright color keeps it looking fresh for today.
Logo printed tee
The popularity of logo tees will never fade.
Since the 80s, it has become symbolic to express yourself with all kinds of characters, logos, and slogans, either it’s a manifest or just a meme-inspired print.
€30.00 Shabeeg’s sky-blue sweatshirt with embroidered logo is 100% cotton and has a relaxed cut.
Everyone needs a simple sweater like this – it’s versatile and will look effortless over jeans on the weekend.
Denim jackets are an absolute necessity. The more washed, the better.
Grab one from our collections, if you haven’t got any yet (really?), because the denim jacket has been trending for over 100 years or so.
€70.00 This Shabeeg jacket is made from classic denim with YEREVAN logo on the back.
Casual and simple style has been cut for an oversized fit.
Before they became every tourist’s must-have, these bags were a real practical statement.
Where else would you keep your lipstick or change? Synthetic fabric colours were bright and bold, and they remained.
Today, all the coolest trendsetters are wearing belt bags, or bum bags cross-body.
See HAY-HAY’s selection of Fanny packs from Tilkian.
Belt bags are the must accessory nowadays.
Tilkian’s Fanny packs are roomy, with enough space to keep your goodies.
Sling it across your shoulder or adjust the strap to fit your waist.