Alexa Chung is stylish and she knows how to play her game right. She has gone through fashion decades just to create her style statement and here we share her must have fashion through he decades for your wardrobe updates.
The mini dress was usually A-line in shape or a sleeveless shift. In 1964, French designer Andre Courreges introduced the “space look”, with trouser suits, white boots, goggles, and box-shaped dresses whose skirts soared three inches above the knee. These were mainly designed in fluorescent colours and shiny fabrics such as PVC and sequins. Source
The favourite little black dress by everyone was created by Coco Chanel in Paris during the 1920s, the little black dress quickly became a wardrobe essential. Chanel to Audrey Hepburn, powerful and iconic women for the last century have favored their bodies with this classic design
A midi skirt or midi dress – These midi-length skirts couldn’t be more on trend for AW14. Have French women EVER been out of style?
A miniskirt (sometimes hyphenated as “mini-skirt”) is a skirt with a hemline well above the knees, generally halfway up the thighs – normally no longer than 10 cm (4 in) below the buttocks; and a minidress is a dress with such a hemline. A micro-miniskirt or microskirt is a miniskirt with its hemline at the upper thigh, at or just below crotch level; and short shorts–often better known as hot pants and “Daisy Dukes“–are women’sshorts with leg hemlines at the upper thigh.
Prints – 1940s Joan Crawford showed us how to work floral prints with some seriously statement jewels in 1946.
Shorts – As with any item of clothing that is in fashion for a long time, when its stranglehold on popular opinion breaks, the masses always flock to the other extreme. So from the mid-60s until the mid-90s, the knee-length shorts of old were replaced wholesale by tiny short-shorts almost ten inches shorter in length. Source
Denim – In the late 1800s, denim trousers, typically worn by male workers and referred to as “waist overalls,” were in fashion. But it was a tailor, Jacob Davis, who approached businessman Levi Strauss about seeking financial support to patent his idea. The idea? To add metal rivets to the pockets and button fly of denim trousers. And so, on May 20, 1873, jeans as we now know them were born. Source