Rhomtech Design: Fashion trends that will never be out of style!

Fashion is as fickle as it is fascinating. One moment an article of clothing is in trend and the next it is forgotten. Trends tend to easily pass by when it comes to fashion and that is due to the constant need for designers to create new designs. However, despite the harsh passing of time in the fashion industry, there are just some designs that refuse to bid their time in the limelight. 

Let us explore these iconic pieces that you need to have in your wardrobe if you want to have that timeless beauty you are looking for. Allow these articles of clothing to give you a look that will never go out of style! 

Timeless and exquisite: The beauty of classic fashion 

There is something to be said about a clothing design that doesn’t fade with time despite the harsh currents in the fashion world. These icons that we have on our list became the trendsetters of their time and never went down from the high of their popularity. Some might even say that these articles of clothing became the standard. Looking at it now, that isn’t too far fetched with how most of the styles that we have today pattern their exquisite looks to these iconic wears. 

Allow us to introduce you to the timeless pieces that are still gracing the runway and even the newest fashion trends below. Prepare yourself for a fun shopping escapade and get ready to fill your bag with these iconic wears in Rhomtech Design!

Levi’s 501 jeans 

When it comes to jeans, there is nothing that could quite match the iconic quality of Levi’s. These jeans are practically indestructible. In fact, if you look hard enough, your grandma might even have a piece still lying around in the dresser. As the first company to create jeans, Levi’s has a quality that far surpasses any other brand.

Their jeans are endlessly versatile and could be paired with practically anything. Moreover, the cut of Levi’s jeans is simply flattering no matter what body type you have. Nothing could go wrong when you have these jeans. In the history of Levi’s their most iconic fit is the 501 so make sure to check it out whenever you visit a Levi’s store. 

Converse Chuck Taylor 

When you think of an iconic pair of shoes, there is only one pair that comes to mind and that is Converse Chuck Taylor. This truly iconic laced up footwear has been around for years and has given every generation it touched a youthful and fresh style. The story of how Chuck Taylor came to be what it is today is quite fascinating. 

These sneakers were first designed to be a basketball shoe that the humble company of Converse introduced in 1917. 5 years after its introduction, an American semi-pro player gave Converse a few of his design ideas and the company decided to tweak their shoes into what they are today. As you might have guessed, the name of the player who gave the design is Charles ‘Chuck’ Taylor!

Camel topcoats 

Have you ever seen anyone look bad with a topcoat on? We don’t think so. Topcoats are simply the GOAT of the fashion industry, which is how it managed to survive the fickle taste of fashion experts. This classic piece works with basically anything and anyone. Want to pair it with dress pants, a skirt or shorts? Go for it! There is absolutely nothing that could damper the style of this iconic piece. 

The rich caramel-like brown of the camel topcoat makes it the perfect colour to pair with basically every spectrum in the rainbow. Go crazy with your hues and balance it all out with a beautiful and elegant topcoat. 

Aviator sunglasses 

You don’t have to learn how to fly a plane to reach a sky-high level of coolness when you are wearing this iconic piece! Aviator glasses are designed to help pilots protect their eyes and maintain their vision while travelling across the sky. 

These extremely flattering sunglasses were first made in 1936 by Bausch and Lomb. It, later on, became a signature piece to all of Tom Cruise’s outfits. If the Mission Impossible star can rock the look, then we are confident that you will too! Give aviators a shot and look for your face fitting glasses in Ray-Ban. 

White t-shirt

We promised we wouldn’t pull anything boring, but hear us out! White shirts are the most iconic pieces you could ever wear. Plus, these plain and classic shirts can fit anyone. Nobody looks bad in a white shirt. If you do, then you are wearing the wrong shirt. 

What’s great about this piece despite the relatively simple look is the fact that it looks absolutely dashing when paired with other articles of clothing. Put on your Levi’s and pair it with a white shirt. For a dash of a classic baddie appeal, you can throw on some Chucks and finish your iconic style with aviators. Now that’s a style we can get behind!  


Feeling a little cold in your regular jackets? Tweeds might just be the answer you are looking for. This sort of fabric has been around for a long time. In fact, it was created in the 1830s. Apparently, it was initially called tweel, but a London Englishman misread the word which resulted in it being called a tweed. 

What makes this type of fabric iconic is the fact that Chanel used it as their signature in the Chanel fashion house. Most of the Chanel coats and skirts in the 50s are made of these tweeds. If you are a fan of Chanel, you will know that the weight, texture and overall aura of this fabric is simply beyond compare. 

Rolex or Patek Philippe

You can say whatever you want about the increasingly popular trend in digital watches, but nothing can beat the iconic look of analogue wearables. These timeless timepieces by brands like Rolex and Patek Philippe are something that would never fade with time. It is simply too iconic to be replaced. What’s wonderful about these watches is that they can be passed down to the next generation and used as an heirloom. Imagine having a bomb enough style that even your grandkids carry your legacy. 


Hats are iconic in their own way regardless of whether you are wearing a basketball cap or a wide brimmed hat. There is something to be said about the added style that these iconic pieces can add to your look. You can say that caps are the staple for fashionable folks. 


Pinstripes will warm your appetite for fashion. This iconic pattern never gets old and it is evident how every generation starting from the 1930s are still familiar with this icon of a pattern. Most of the time, you can see the pinstripe look on suits worn by professionals. The downward track of the lines in a pinstripe creates a slimming illusion for those who wear it. 

Little black dress 

Whether you’ve known this dress from Princess Diana or Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s, nothing would change the fact that this is one iconic dress. Short black dresses are something that we are confident every lady has in their closet. 

Not only is this dress elegant, but the black colour also pairs well with any hues you want to wear. This dress is simply overflowing with a style that no other dress colour could match. 

High heels 

Did you know that heels were originally made for men? This iconic shoe design was intended to help soldiers secure their feet in the stirrups during the 15th century. However, it was soon enough used by women in the 17th century to make their figures look more statuesque. As you might have already known, we haven’t gotten over the significant height it added so heels are still a popular choice for ladies even up to this day. 

A-line skirt 

A-line skirts were first introduced by the popular French couture designer, Christian Dior in 1955. This type of skirt has a unique fit that lets the fabric hug you around the waist and hips before growing increasingly more loose towards the bottom end. This type of skirt is an icon that could work well with any style whether it be formal wear, office wear, or just a casual look. 

Floral prints 

Floral prints are a popular choice during the spring season. It’s nice to carry around your favourite blooms with you wherever you go. Floral prints can be used in different articles of clothing. You might find it on blouses, skirts, shirts and even coats. 

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