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Clothes that look like the future

The fashion landscape of 2024 should be an alluring mix of bold and daring trends that push the boundaries of self-expression. It is about individuality, sensuality and innovation.

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2024 is dominated by metallic colors, from shimmering silver to shimmering gold. Metallics add a glamorous touch and futuristic appeal to the outfit. This trend is perfect for those looking to make a bold and eye-catching fashion statement

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Also, one of the outstanding trends is the revival of the corset. A garment that combines sexy and strong structure. Designers present it as a versatile garment and incorporate it into dresses, tops and even outerwear. A corset with metallic tones is already a double trend:

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Until 2023, metallics were only seen in holiday collections, but now it has established itself as a hot trend in street fashion. This is how metallic tones + jeans were created:

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Beyonce and Taylor Swift's glittery looks during their world tour helped to establish metallics in fashion.

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Do you know when metallic clothing was first created?

Not so long ago, the world saw metallic clothing for the first time in the 1930s. It is at this time that metallic threads and fabrics are created.

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The rise of metallics in fashion

Metallic became especially popular in the 1970s, when disco ruled the night life, as even the most shiny fabric became even more eye-catching under the dance lights. Metallic fabrics also died with disco in 1979.

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A strong comeback in fashion

And here's the time when metallics rose from the dead after 1979 and are back in fashion with all their might, not only in the form of stage and party wear, but also in the visuals of casual and everyday looks.

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