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The shoulder pads that defined the '80s are back stronger than ever. The masculine silhouette marks the key to the jackets and coats of the season

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Oh, the shoulder pads! Loved by many and hated by many others, the accessory that defined the 80s like no other has never left you indifferent. But although for years they fell into the same bag of eighties regrets as the fuseau or the carded, this season the balance is definitely tipping in their favor and their return is not only expected to be total but, above all, triumphant.

Make no mistake, this lap is nothing new. Thus, since we said the final farewell to their glam adventure, the shoulder pads have starred in numerous comebacks, partly fostered by firms such as Balmain or Isabel Marant, who have embraced them in all their forms during seasons in which their proposals have been numerous and various. Now, if this autumn we already predicted a new return, this time the definitive return of shoulder pads in coats and jackets is unquestionably one of the most powerful trends for this and the coming seasons. And not only because of its proliferation, but also because of its size.

Maxi coats and jackets that recover the lines that marked the youth of urban tribes such as the Paninari, now return with a slight reinterpretation to recover the magic of those years that we have denied so many times. Although not only from the 80 lives the trend.

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In fact, many of the street style looks that we have been able to see in the fashion weeks of New York or Milan look towards the nineties in terms of stylistic context; because far from the aesthetic overload that the 80s represented, now it is jeans and basics that finish off looks that, in reality, revolve around these most unique garments.

One more twist to the nostalgia that permeates the latest collections and that promises to become one of the most resounding trends this spring, but also for the coming autumn-winter. Because, carded aside, deep down and although it is hard for us to admit it, the eighties have something that we have never been able to miss.

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