Welcome to the ’90s

As fashion reports are still on the rise from the Met Gala and the box office hit “The Great Gatsby,” it’s time to take a break from the 1920s and 1980s. There’s another decade making its comeback which I’m personally extremely excited for, and not just because I was born during these early years. It’s the 1990s.

Before the decade became grunge-y and dark-hued, the ‘90s had its moment of flashy colors and crazy prints that overflowed from the buzzing ‘80s. Butterfly clips, platform sneakers, hair scrunchies, and chokers are all synonymous with the late pre-millenium. Additional (definitely not all) trends during this time are making a grand entrance to fashion once again including these…

1. Overalls

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1- Pacsun

2- Urban Outfitters

3- Go Jane

4- Threadsence

The garment which used to be associated with farmers and where you were considered cool if you had one strap unbuckled. Denim was typically the main fabric choice but now being it the 20th century you can find an array of overalls or “shorteralls” of leather, ombré, floral, polka dots, and other conversational prints.

How to style: If you didn’t donate your denim overalls and still have a pair in your closet, wear a bright, printed top underneath. Pair with casual yet fashionable sneakers for a more 90s look (ex. Converse not Skechers) and accessorize with bangles and a chunky necklace. And, why not, unbuckle that strap!

Read the other FOUR upcoming trends at Detroit Fashion News!

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Author: fashion meets God

Christ ambassador and faith & fashion blogger at fashionmeetsgod.com

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