American 90’s Fashion Trends
The fashion in 90s: From The Big Breakfast to Britpop, if you were lucky to be a 90s teen then you would knew how important it was to be having the latest fashions. In ten short years, it was birth of new style revolution, and if you were there, you’ll admit to own at least one, or all of the below.
10+ Best 90s Fashion Ideas
Whigfield started Babydoll dresses. It ended around ‘95. Again the high street is now full of them. Up the My So Called Life ante by wearing a white tee underneath. These were one of top style statement.
The Cult Street Brands
Kickers shoes and Naff Naff jackets were one of the important fifth year fashion; if you didn’t had at least one of the these, you may as well have moved schools.
It was the part of Gwen Stefani’s look that we would pull off at home without having to do a hundrud sit-ups a night. Thanks Gwen.
The Classy Brands
We all loved to wear French imports Morgan and Kookai or quirky Red Or Dead. Let’s face it, there came an age where Tammy Girl just didn’t cut it anymore. Now have we moved on , I don’t think so.
As seen on Denise van Outen and Geri Halliwell, these babies made everyone look like a confused 1950’s teenager. Not at all flattering on the crotch area.
Dragon & Flame Motifs
This style looked very beautiful on clothes. Remember Natalie Imbruglia’s tee in Torn? Yeah, don’t pretend you didn’t try and hunt that one down.
The All Saints ladies made utility pants a bona fide trend. It basically meant we all walked around with our knickers hanging out. And soon it became style statement for many of us.
The more you bared, the cooler you were. Less was definitely more in the ‘90s, and that included shameless back flashing. Total nightmare for those of us kindly blessed in the boob department.
Shiny satin dresses or maxi skirts were the a-list go-to for red carpet glam. Drew Barrymore liked to accessorize hers with a crochet poncho. What a maverick.
Anything see-through or netted meant you had major wardrobe game back in the ‘90s. Making your own out of ratty old school tights was perfectly acceptable. And this trend is followed till now.
Fully impractical yet totally uh-mazing. Your choice of sports drawstring or pastel fluffy blob pretty much defined your teenage identity for like, all time.
Leopard Print Coats
From rock stars to ladettes, a leopard print coat gave you instant pub-landlady glam. It was a bold style statement.
Knee High Boots
A platform heel was essential, and if you had a pair in black PVC you were the actual bomb. This trend was very famous among teen girls.
Knee High Socks
One of the top trends was born as Clueless was like our ‘90s movie style bible, and whatever Cher wore, we wore…even if it looked a bit ridiculous for shopping with your dad in Halfords.