Have you noticed a resemblance between what you wore in the 90s and some of the outfits in 2019? Yes, the ’90s are back! They have gotten a makeover to match the current fashion scene, and you will see why fashionistas are not ready to let that decade go. The old school styles have been combined to create some vintage, simple and plain looks. The ’90s have nostalgically been reinvented to create some bold trends for the new audience.
Leather jackets were a cool 90s trend. They rocked, and they are back! You can pair a well-fitted jacket with everything and anything. With proper care, the leather jackets last for decades, and maybe that’s why this style is making a comeback. The same thing is happening to dungarees. You may have spotted Bella Hadid make that leather look sexier than it ever did. If styled right, they are the hottest piece of clothing you can rock.
If you thought the high waist jeans were a goner once the low-cut trend picked on, you were wrong. Their reinvention has made them catch up with today’s trendy wear. Unlike their predecessors, the 2019 high waisted jeans have fit improvements. They have excellent back pocket placement and are today’s most fashionable mom jeans version.
Remember Clueless? Cher Horowitz squad made the mini backpacks a must-have accessory in the ’90s. The designers have revamped backpacks, and now top brands like Burberry, Channel and others are featuring this style. The bag is fashionable, functional and is currently available in different forms including neon colours, leopard prints and logos.
The Italian fashion house Versace has been revisiting their 90s archival pieces. The 90s with Versace featured curve-hugging dresses, bold prints and supermodel outfits. Their collection inspires gents and ladies to embrace their inner Gianni or Donatella. All you must do today is wear opulent prints, vivid colours, gold and have a sex appeal. You can find this trend featuring in swimwear, men’s shirts and women’s dresses.
Denim is also making a comeback in the form of skirts, jackets, shirts, dresses and pants. The 90’s denim skirt was excellent with the flower printed, polka dots distresses, A-line, front slit, buttoned to so many it was hard to choose. They were fit for anyone irrespective of age or body type. They are now coming back slowly. The denim jackets were once dated and considered a goner.
They are back, and you can pair them with anything and everything. They are also great for layering and wearable every day of the year. They have a charm and style that can never be forgotten.
Chokers were a thing in the ’90s and today; you can spot this trend with Kylie, Gigi, Taylor Swift and Kendal on their Instagram pages and the red carpet. The chockers are exciting and trendy because you can pair them with anything from embellished, pearl, velvet, etc.
Some outfits like the crop top never go out of fashion. Trends come and go but some always come back. The crop top has gotten better with time you can pair it with anything – from shorts, jeans, tracks, maxi skirts and anything else.
Neon is no longer retro unless you wear flashy from head to toe. The 90’s fashion trend started its comeback in 2018, and it’s here to stay in 2019. In 2018, they featured in accessories and streetwear while 2019, the neon yellow and green colours are starring in cropped jeans, backpacks, bike shorts and jackets. They are also adding colour to contemporary sportswear.
Tie-dye is reemerging from the 90s with a designer touch. It’s become a huge trend both off and on the runway. The trend has moved from its hippy roots in the ’90s to become a symbol of the independent and spirited millennial and Gen Z consumers. From sophisticated colours, unexpected shapes to elevated fabrics. It’s featuring on Prada with feminine silhouettes like A-line skirts and dresses while Proenza Schouler uses the technique on denim. The trend has moved to t-shirts, puffer jackets, wool jumpers, dresses and embellished skirts.