So, talking about the clothing options that have stayed fashionable, there are few options which are there in my notice. They are mentioned below.
Trench Coats: As it goes, the trench coat first became popular during World War 1 after originally being developed for the British military. And the classic design is not too dissimilar to what is now recognized by many as the traditional trench coat - double breasted with slotted pockets, an adaptable collar, and four buttons. Elements of the original trench coat design that were created for practicality, are now just included for style. Different designers now re-create the trench coat to provide a range of different features around the same style. Indeed, fashionistas can now choose from double breasted or single breasted, cropped or full length, belted and even wax-coated. The Burberry trench coats have been quite the popular options that you can take a look at.
Denim jeans: Talking about denim jeans, you can actually go a long way down in history. For many, the '80s was the era of denim. A time when it was okay, and even encouraged, to ""double denim"", and when tight was right. For others, the acid wash '90s springs to mind, with rips, tears, and a pair of Converse All-Stars to boot. Of course, in recent years, denim has evolved yet again, and European influence is seen to be spreading across the world, with dark denim jeans inside high riding boots, providing elegance and a uniquely tailored look. You can find jeans by brands like Diesel, True Religion and others.
Well, these are the best most fashionable pieces of clothing in history.