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el_5580963“Flares are back in fashion. Or at least the women of the UK would like them to be, if the results of a new survey are anything to go by.

The research conducted by website myvouchercodes.co.uk reveals that the flappy-trousered phenomenon of the 1970s is the fashion trend most women would like to see make a comeback, with 51 per cent of those questioned wanting to see them make a return.

Hair scrunchies, were the second most sought-after item – with 49 per cent voting for them to come back into fashion – with bodysuits, overalls and crimped hair completing the top five.

Fashion Women 1986 Model wearing puffball skirt . REXSCANPIX.And further down the list women wanted to see the return of ruffled shirts, tie dye, bandanas (worn as headbands, natch),  zig zag partings and choker necklaces.

All of which seems reasonable enough (although we’re not sure we’d want to swap our skinny jeans for a pair of bellbottoms). But for every fashion trend that the nostalgic may still yearn for in their wardrobe, there are many, many more which – while still around in some form or another – should never be allowed to undergo a serious revival…”

Read more: metro.co.uk/2013/05/30/from-jellies-to-puffballs-10-fashion-trends-we-dont-want-revived-any-time-soon-3821328/