Never Ending Fashion Trends!



Ava Allday, Staff Writer

Fashion trends are always changing. The clothes we wear depend on what season it is, what our favorite celebrities are wearing, and even our moods.Trends come and go,but some statement pieces stay forever. Let’s take a look at some of the clothing pieces that will never die.

Levi 501 Jeans

The Levi 501 Jeans have been around since 1853, when Levi Strauss sold his first pair. The price range runs around one hundred dollars. It is worth the price though; they can last you years if you take care of them properly. It’s no stretch to say that these jeans are the company’s signature fit. They are the most timeless pants in history.

Converse Chuck Taylors

In 1917 a basketball shoe was introduced to the American public. They were made by a footwear company in the Boston suburbs. Five years later at a basketball game, a semi-pro basketball player had some design ideas. The footwear company took his ideas into consideration, and it ended up being one of the most successful shoes they would ever sell, with a price range around fifty-five dollars.

Cashmere Sweaters

In past years people grew up thinking cashmere sweaters were the height of luxury. Due to that they were worn in a popular show in the late 1900s called Seinfeld. Although they are viewed as an older wear of clothing, they are built with a soft material and come in all patterns that will give you the look you’re looking for. These sweaters can have a price range up to two-thousand dollars, but can be as low as forty dollars.

High Heels

The classic high heel has been alive since the tenth century. They were originally designed for Persian warriors, to help secure their feet in stirrups. By the seventeenth century, upper-class women had adapted to the style, and began to make them more statuesque. High heels are still to this day one of the most popular trending shoes. The price range can vary from just a few dollars to seventeen million dollars. 


Turtlenecks have been around for decades. They were created by a man named Ralph Lauren. He was known as the king of American wardrobe. No matter what he was viewed as the most effortlessly best dressed guy in the room. He has made turtlenecks a statement, and he still rocks them till this day. Turtleneck’s price range is varied between twenty eight dollars to one hundred twenty five dollars.