Queer Fashion Moodboards for 2024

By Editorial Staff

Our fashion connoisseurs in the office read most of the research on the next year’s main fashion trends. Especially for our beloved readers, we worked on 3 mood boards representing 2024. The main trends in 2024 are defined by Blokecore, Oversized and 70-80-90.

Oversized is a realm of relaxed sophistication. It brings to mind slouch, volume and less structure. An oversized fit is the most fashion-forward and edgy fit. Once you get started with oversized garments, it’s all about proportions. Celebrating the art of comfort without compromising style, redefine elegance in voluminous silhouettes. Embrace the liberating feel of oversized pieces, where each garment becomes a canvas for self-expression, effortlessly blending fashion with ease. Tip: When the fit’s monochromatic, hand your jewellery a megaphone: chains should be loud, colourful and packing a fist-sized pendant.

Blokecore is a fashion aesthetic that focuses on the British football culture, as well as old club uniforms from the 80s and 90s. Also, the expanded merges rugged utility with contemporary style. Is characterized by its casual, sporty aesthetic, often featuring vintage replica football tops, baggy or straight-leg jeans (often Levi’s), and mainly Adidas trainers. The style is reminiscent of the casuals, a football-fashion movement that emerged in the late seventies.

70-80-90 is a mix of the 70s Disco Vibe, 80s Punk and 90s Grunge. So… jeans come back, flared trousers, shimmer and sequins, leather jackets, statement big, bold, and chunky jewellery. Key styles: peacock revolution, glam rock, and disco looks. Essential items include bell-bottom and wide-leg pants, platform shoes, vests, long-collared shirts, tight tees, turtleneck sweaters, and leisure suits1. Do not forget your dad’s jeans paired with matching denim jackets. T-shirts and loose shirts were highly coveted, while outerwear choices included bomber jackets, leather jackets, windbreakers, and cosy sweaters. Be bold and daring.

A collective article by the Editorial Staff of GAY45. At times, the number of editors and other staff involved in contributing to a story becomes a bit cumbersome to individually credit everyone. This is when we opt to use “Editorial Staff” instead of the usual contributor information.

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