6 Vintage Fashion Elements To Bring Back This Season, Like Jersey’s Sara

Sneha Bale

October 5, 2019


1 min

1. Polka dots

The story of the latest hit Telugu film, Jersey, is nuanced and perfectly layered. Set in the early 1980s, this Nani starrer takes us through the life of a cricketer called Arjun (Nani) who made it, almost. His one true support system remains his wife Sara, played by Shraddha Srinath. While it’s a great film, it’s the touch of retro fashion that makes it pleasing to our eyes too. After watching it, here are the five key retro fashion elements you will want to bring back.

Polka dots and midi dresses. From Audrey Hepburn to Samantha Akkineni, everyone has adorned the classic polka-dotted midi dresses on screen. In Jersey, Sara did the same. It’s time you get one, too.

2. Funky sunglasses

We all have made our peace with the classy aviators and wayfarers. While comfort feels great, experimental feels better. So buckle up and get ready to experiment with your choice of sunglasses. From classic cat-eyes to over-the-top square shades, the options are endless.

3. Bold lips

The whole world is currently going gaga over how perfect nude lip shades are. While there’s no denying that they are awesome, on the days when your world feels dull and gloomy, try putting on a bold and dark lipstick. Just like in the good ol’ days, everything will be better.

4. Pearlies for girlies

Dainty jewellery and minimalistic approach to accessories is passe. Instead of trying to find and match something to your outfit every morning, try getting yourself the perfect pair of pearl jewellery that goes with everything and anything.

5. Dramatic hair

Get over the messy buns and sleek ponytails. Let’s bring back dramatic hair. Too much drama? Said no one ever! You can spice up your look with one new hairstyle for each day of the week and still not run out of vintage hairstyle ideas. A high ponytail, a French side-bun, voluminous waves…There is so much more you can do.

As you experiment with your vintage choices, catch up on old Telugu films on ZEE5.

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